Ipsos-Reid releases a poll on Canada-U.S. relations commissioned by The Canada Institute, and the Canada Institute on North American Issues
A new poll on the XL Keystone Pipeline Project conducted by Public Policy Scholar Nik Nanos suggests that energy security trumps the concern about greenhouse gas emission among both Americans and Canadians.
The Canada Institute hosted the 2009 Woodrow Wilson Awards dinner in Toronto on March 2nd. The event honored AIDS activist and former politician Stephen Lewis for public service and Manulife CEO Dominic D'Alessandro for corporate citizenship. The Globe and Mail's Patricia Best gave an amusing report in her March 11, 2009 "Nobody's Business" column.
Barriers to Cross-Border Labor Mobility for Professionals Doing Business in Canada and the United States
Reneging on Kyoto, Keystone pipeline drama, pain at the pump, re-aligned Arctic sovereignty, melting outdoor hockey rinks – all these aspects of climate change are being discussed in Canada. However, Canadians, as potential citizens of the next energy superpower, need a more comprehensive and enriching debate. Climate change adaptation measures, at home and abroad, are inevitable, but the issue has largely been ignored by the federal government thus far.