April 30, 2018
On today's 'Global Exchange' Podcast, we continue our series on the state of Canadian trade in a world of growing populism and protectionism. Today's episode, recorded during our February 13th State of Trade conference in Ottawa, features a panel of trade experts discussing the utility of Canada's progressive trade agenda.
- Colin Robertson (host): A former Canadian diplomat, Colin Robertson is Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
- Jeffrey Simpson (moderator): a Senior Fellow at the University of Ottawa's Graduate School of Public Affairs, and the Globe and Mail's former National Affairs columnist.
- Eugene Beaulieu: Dr. Beaulieu is a Professor in the Department of Economics at the University of Calgary and is Program Director, International Economics at The School of Public Policy.
- Angelo DiCaro: National Research Representative of Unifor.
- Angella MacEwan: Senior Economist at the Canadian Labour Congress.
- Chris Smillie: Chris Smillie, TACTIX Principal, is an experienced government relations and public affairs practitioner with a decade of experience on Parliament Hill in Ottawa negotiating the complex legislative and communications environment for a variety of interests.
- "Canada's State of Trade: At Home and Beyond" (CGAI Conference Information)
- "2018 International Trade Series Papers" (CGAI Paper Series)
- "Canada’s 'Progressive' Trade Agenda: Let’s Be Careful How Far We Push It" by Hugh Stephens (CGAI Trade Series Paper)
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