Stephen Poloz discussed current economic conditions, the importance of removing trade barriers, and how Canada’s historic spirit of collaboration can propel its future at the True North Free Trade Forum.
The Lawrence National Centre for Policy & Management is pleased to present the policy brief: Unlocking Canadian Competitive Advantage: A system-of-systems approach to policymaking for steering Canada’s economic path to long-term, inclusive growth in the aftermath of COVID-19.
On October 23rd, 2017, the Lawrence Centre in partnership with the Wilson Center, Canada Institute, and Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute, hosted a Canada-U.S. Regulatory Cooperation and Food Safety workshop in Washington D.C.
The U.S. and Canada regulatory community understands that collaboration and efforts to harmonize food safety regulations and standards, have an important role in advancing trade, food safety, and preserving public health.
When it comes to the manufacturing sector, Budget 2016 is both promising and disappointing. Its promise comes from a clear direction and a plan to achieve its aims. Its disappointment comes from a surprising lack of urgency in implementation.