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Progressive Internationalism: Can Canada move the world’s progressive needle using trade agreements

As Canada navigates the fraught re-negotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with the Trump administration, the reanimation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership as the U.S.-abandoned Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and a possible free trade deal with China, Justin Trudeau’s policy of “progressive internationalism” is being tested. This week on

Nursing the system forward: Canada’s evolving model of care

Not even a decade ago, Canada’s nurse practitioners were neither regulated nor registered and barely numbered 100. Flash forward to 2018, and we now boast over 5,000 regulated nurse practitioners across all provinces and territories. It’s a good example of how our health care system is moving in the right direction, says Canadian Nurses Association

Forest Products Association rings in 2018 with new US trade dispute, environmental opportunities and push for new markets

  After a year of keeping a close eye on the softwood lumber file, the Forestry Products Association of Canada (FPAC) says that while the dispute continues to rage between Canada and the United States, things are still looking up for the industry. “We remain very concerned but I think the reason you’re not hearing

Sixth Estate serves up caffeine and content in BEFORE THE BELL event series with Susan Delacourt and Catherine Clark

Discover what’s brewing at Before the Bell on Tuesday, January 16 at 8:00 a.m. at the NAC Sixth Estate today announced veteran journalists Susan Delacourt and Catherine Clark will co-host Before the Bell, a new event series premiering in Ottawa at the National Arts Centre, Tuesday, January 16, at 8:00 a.m. Over the course of