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Pipelines, Paris and cross-border politics: US energy policies leave Canadians divided over how to respond

Most want Canada to maintain its climate commitments, even if U.S. pulls out of Paris Agreement March 9, 2017 – With Alberta Premier Rachel Notley in Houston this week for North America’s largest energy industry conference, and Prime Minister Justin

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Taking on Trump: Moderate confidence in Trudeau government to effectively represent national interests in the U.S.

Six-in-ten have a negative impression of new administration based on what Trump has done so far March 6, 2017 – Between shouts-out from the presidential podium during his first speech to a joint session of Congress, to multiple handshakes in

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With Trump in office, and free trade under scrutiny, it appears Canadians are finally rallying around NAFTA

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director, Angus Reid Institute and Carlo Dade, Director of the Centre for Trade and Investment Policy, Canada West Foundation February 15, 2017 – It’s no mystery why the topic of “women in the workforce” was a centrepiece of the first face-to-face

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Kremlin Contradiction: Despite Trump’s ‘respect’, two-thirds of Americans view Putin negatively

February 10, 2017 – “Very smart.” “A great leader.” At times, both during the election and since taking office, President Donald Trump has been effusive in his praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin. This was again the case during a

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