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A Farewell to Ambassador David MacNaughton

The Wilson Center’s Canada Institute says a heartfelt farewell to Canada’s Ambassador to the United States David MacNaughton who has decided to step down in September 2019 and return home. The Canada Institute works closely with the Canadian Embassy in Washington. We were fortunate to have Ambassador MacNaughton as a trusted advisor as well as a neighbour down the street.

The Opioid Crisis: The United States and Canada’s Fentanyl Epidemic

The United States and Canada are the first and second largest per capita consumers of opioids in the world respectively.[1] Over the past few years, the availability of illicitly manufactured fentanyl (IMF) in Canada and the United States has jumped and, with as little as 2 mg of fentanyl representing a potentially fatal dose, the number of opioid-related dea

Better Jobs for a More Competitive Region - A Presentation by Earl Anthony Wayne to CSG West

Time to Seal the Deal on USMCA

The time is ripe for the Trump administration and the Democratic majority in the House of Representatives to forge an agreement for approval of the new North American trade agreement, called the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or the USMCA.

The new NAFTA will give North America at least 16 years of modern, predictable rules and processes for strengthening the continent’s massive trade and co-production networks, including the many millions of jobs they support.

Infographic | Canadian Data Travel: How Much Canadian Data Travels through the United States?



Canadian Cross-Border Data: Your Data May Be Heading South Even When You Are Not