Canada's State of Trade: Countering Protectionist Forces At Home & Abroad

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Canada's State of Trade: Countering Protectionist Forces At Home & Abroad

March 26, 2018

On today's Global Exchange Podcast, we begin a new 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 -- The Hon. John Manley, The Hon. Bob Rae, The Hon. Ed Fast, and the Peterson Institute's Jeff Schott -- on how Canada can navigate the rough seas ahead on international trade.

Participant Biographies

  • Colin Robertson (moderator & host): A former Canadian diplomat, Colin Robertson is Vice President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute.
  • The Hon. Ed Fast: former Minister of International Trade. Shadow Minister for Environment and Climate Change.
  • The Hon. John Manley: John Manley is president and CEO of the Business Council of Canada. He is a former federal cabinet minister who held the portfolios of Foreign Affairs, Industry and Finance.
  • The Hon. Bob Rae: former Premier of Ontario, and former interim Leader of the Liberal Party of Canada.
  • Jeff Schott: Senior Fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics, working on international trade policy and economic sanctions.

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