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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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Canadians open to bigger trade relationships, but uncertainty lingers over Trans-Pacific Partnership

Nearly half of Canadians say they don’t know enough about the proposed TPP to have an opinion. April 29, 2015 – Canadians appear to be increasingly bullish about building closer ties with trading partners in the Americas, Europe and Asia,

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The Modi Visit: Canadians express interest in free trade with India, doubts about nuclear deal

April 14, 2015 – As Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrives on a three-day state visit to Canada, people in this country feel positively towards his homeland in general, but their top-of-mind images of the country aren’t always glowing. They

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