Policy and a Pint – U.S. Election Results and Ramifications. What Lies Ahead?
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The last four years have been tumultuous for Canadian industries that trade with the U.S. From the shredding and rewriting of NAFTA, to steel and aluminum, Canadian industries have been on edge wondering ‘what’s next’ for our relationship with the U.S.? President Trump has lost the election but refuses to concede and President-Elect, Joe Biden, is already threatening to veto Keystone XL. It seems as though Canada can’t catch a break.
Please join The School of Public Policy and our panel of experts as we dissect the election results, both for the presidency and Congress, to help get a fix on where Canada stands in terms of its long-term trade relationship with the U.S. Will it improve, or does the future portend an ongoing struggle to keep trade moving freely?
- Jean-Christophe Boucher, Assistant Professor, The School of Public Policy
- Mary E. Lovely, Senior fellow, Peterson Institute, Professor of Economics, Syracuse University
- Dr. Sui Sui, Associate Professor, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
Webinar (Panel Discussion, Q&A)
4:00 – 5:00 p.m. MST
Post-Webinar Exchange (Informal Discussion)
5:00 – 5:30 p.m. MST
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