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Ottawa should refocus on Canada’s largest trading partner

The dominance of the U.S. in Canada’s international trade flows reflects the importance of physical distance on trade patterns.

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President Biden’s first 100 days of tax and spend

The president wants more than $2 trillion of new spending over the next decade.

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Biden spending spree expands America’s welfare state

Even though the vast majority of Americans never lost their jobs, politicians sent stimulus money directly to most households.

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Congressional voting on USMCA underscores influence of interest groups

Recent study found that legislator votes coincided with the positions of their constituents only 65 per cent of the time.

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Economist advocates Canadian-style work-life policies as a solution to the current economic malaise in the U.S.

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Only 12 per cent of Canada’s team members won a medal in Rio.