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CETA: As support softens, Canadians still back trade deal with Europe 5-to-1 over those who oppose it

When it comes to trade focus, Canadians give priority to the U.S., E.U., China and the U.K. February 15, 2017 – Ahead of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to Brussels to mark the expected European Parliament vote to ratify the

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Facing tough talk over NAFTA renegotiations, Canadians rediscover affection for the trade pact

Canadians are three times more likely to say NAFTA has benefitted their country than hurt it February 13, 2017 – When Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets U.S. President Donald Trump face-to-face for the first time on Monday, the pair are

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Canada, Mexico and the Age of Donald Trump

By Angus Reid, Chairman January 20, 2017 – Today marks the start of the presidency of Donald Trump, a man who has made it clear that he intends to reset old alliances and agreements covering everything from trade to security. Apart from

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‘Three Amigos’ Summit: Just one-in-four Canadians say NAFTA has been good for their country

Trade, security issues top Canadians’ list of priorities for North American Leaders’ Summit June 27, 2016 – With U.S. President Barack Obama and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Peña Nieto in Ottawa this week for the “Three Amigos” summit, a new

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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Uncertainty reigns among half of Canadians as federal government signs trade deal

Canadians expect the deal to have a positive effect on consumer choices, less so on the economy, jobs February 4, 2016 – As the federal government moves Canada another step closer to joining the Trans Pacific Partnership by signing the

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Sluggish economy could make TPP trickier for Trudeau

By Shachi Kurl January 27, 2016 – News the Trudeau Liberals will sign the Trans-Pacific Partnership – the 12-country trade deal involving nations that line the Pacific Rim – has the potential to take a different tone against the backdrop of

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