All eyes will be on Canada central bank governor Stephen Poloz on Wednesday as he grapples with the riddle of post-2009 monetary policy: To cut or not to cut?
Experts believe that CETA could benefit Canada more than the EU, but only if laws are passed to revive Canadian competitiveness.
Demographic and economic trends suggest that Canada’s shift towards a more hawkish foreign policy will outlast the Harper government.
Not a lot has changed in terms of Canadian military capabilities despite several years of Conservative rule.
The Geopoliticalmonitor’s Zachary Fillingham discusses the impact of the CETA free trade deal recently agreed upon by Canada and the European Union.
Now that the Canada-EU free trade agreement is entering the final phase of negotiations, the Harper government finds itself on the brink of accomplishing one of its most important foreign policy goals.
The fallout from this week’s damning US House Intelligence Committee report on the national security threat posed by Chinese telecoms has drifted north of the border.