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Temporary Migrant Careworker Programs in Canada and the European Union: Models for the United States?

Monica Boyd, Chair of the International Migration section of the American Sociological Association

Xóchitl Castañeda, Director of Health Initiative of the Americas at the School of Public Health, University of California Berkeley

Muzaffar Chishti, Migration Policy Institute

Helma Lutz, Professor, Goethe University, Frankfurt

Margie McHugh, Migration Policy Institute

The Next U.S. Administration: Policy Directions and Implications for Canada-U.S. Relations

This conference brought together a group of academic specialists in economics, political science, history and environmental studies, as well as several government officials and members of the business community to examine the current policy challenges in the Canada-United States relationship.

Book Launch: Dispersed Relations: Americans and Canadians in Upper North America

Canadians and Americans continue to enjoy a complex "diffuse relationship" that spans across political, economic, cultural, and social realms, said Reginald Stuart, professor of history and political science at Mount Saint Vincent University and former Woodrow Wilson Center Fulbright scholar. Stuart was joined by Christopher Sands, a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, to discuss his new book Dispersed Relations: Americans and Canadians in Upper North America, at a program hosted by the Canada Institute on April 10, 2008.

Climate Change Politics in North America (Part Two)

In an economically integrated North America, the problem of climate change—and how to address it—raises a host of difficult questions for policymakers, legislators, and business leaders. Conference participants discussed the diversity of climate change strategies proposed by the NAFTA region's governments, nonprofits, and business communities.

Climate Change Politics in North America (Part One)

In an economically integrated North America, the problem of climate change—and how to address it—raises a host of difficult questions for policymakers, legislators, and business leaders. Conference participants discussed the diversity of climate change strategies proposed by the NAFTA region's governments, nonprofits, and business communities.

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