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Canada's State of Trade: At Home and Beyond

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Canada's State of Trade: At Home and Beyond


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Panel I: Positioning Canada against Protectionist Forces at home and abroad: Hon. John Manley, Hon. Perrin Beatty moderated by Colin Robertson

Panel II: Making Trade Deals – CETA, CPTPP, China, India, et al. work for Canada: John Weekes (Bennett Jones), Brian Kingston (Business Council of Canada), Claire Citeau (Canada Agri-Food Trade Alliance), Corinne Pohlmann (Canadian Federation of Independent Business), Eugene Beaulieu (University of Calgary) moderated by Sarah Goldfeder 

G20 Overview: On from Buenos Aires: Jonathan Fried, G20 Sherpa

Panel III: Unfinished Business: Breaking Down Trade Barriers within Canada: Hon. Jean Charest moderated by Kathleen Monk

Panel IV: On from the USMCA: Managing North America: Meredith Lilly (Carleton), Adriana Vega (Scotiabank), Sune Sandbeck (CLC) moderated by Sarah Goldfeder

Panel V: Armchair discussion on Getting Goods to Market with Hon. Marc Garneau, Minister of Transport moderated by Colin Robertson

Panel VI: Getting Goods to Market: What we still need to do: Jennifer Fox (NASCO), Mark Agnew (Canadian Chamber of Commerce), John Masswohl (Canadian Cattlemen's Association)  moderated by Laura Dawson

Panel VII: Arm chair discussion with Hon. Andrew Leslie, Hon. Erin O’Toole moderated by Kathleen Monk 

Reception to follow 

More participants to be announced 


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