Tag Archives: NAFTA

York U experts available to comment on Canada’s new trade agreement

TORONTO, Monday, Oct. 1, 2018 – After months of sometimes tense negotiations, Canada, the United States, and Mexico have announced a tentative new trade deal.  The agreement, the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (formerly NAFTA), is an updated trade agreement that includes changes on investment and the investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) cars and car parts, the dairy industry, […]

York U experts available to comment on impact of a Trump Presidency for Canada, NAFTA, TPP

Donald Trump’s stunning victory in yesterday’s American election has Canadians talking about how to speak to their kids about the results, what to expect for our economy and how it happened. The following York University experts are available for comment: Carl James, Professor in York University Faculty of Education, an expert in education, race, racism […]

York U expert available to comment on U.S. election impact on trade in Canada, NAFTA, TPP

TORONTO, October 26, 2016 – With less than two weeks to the U.S. election, the race continues to be tight. The candidates differ on NAFTA, TPP and other international trade issues. Protectionism continues to be a key theme in the U.S. election campaign but how will this impact Canada’s economy? Bernie Wolf, Professor Emeritus of […]