August 28 - Yesterday, President Trump announced significant revisions to NAFTA in a bilateral agreement with Mexico, leaving Canada out. What's changed and what's going to happen to Canadian trade and manufacturing?
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Is NAFTA changing? Trump's new agreement with Mexico and what it means for Canadian trade and manufacturing
The 28 member states of NATO will be meeting in Brussels on July 11 and 12.
The Trump administration has routinely criticized their NATO allies for underspending on military and defence. Is this a fair criticism? And what are NATO defence spending, initiatives, and strategic trends like for the future?
Nicole Verkindt, founder of OMX and host on Canada’s Dragon’s Den, is taking part in a panel exploring digital transformation in the supply chain at TIACA’s 2018 Air Cargo Forum in Toronto, Canada, which takes from 16-18 October. Speaking exclusively with TIACA, Nicole shares her views on what lessons airfreight can learn from the military.
Canada's Defence Investment Plan: Understanding $108 billion in defence spending over the next 20 years
Canada's new Defence Investment Plan and Defence Capabilities Blueprint reveals unseen levels of detail surrounding defence spending and specific projects for the next twenty years - including funding ranges, project timelines, investment areas, and sponsors. Here's how you can access that data.
What you need to know about the White House metal tariffs on Canada, Europe, and Mexico
The U.S. will impose a 25 percent tariff on steel and a 10 percent tariff on aluminium from Canada, Europe, and Mexico. Who are the winners and losers? And what's going to happen next?