Do Not Count Ontario Out

Blog, Trade, Les Routledge

This editorial from Saskatoon got me thinking about my experience in Ontario. Far from being the basket economic case that is conveyed in the national media, my experience living and working in SW Ontario was one characterized by very innovative …

Canada Risks Being Left Empty-Handed in Asia

Commentary, Trade, Frontier Centre

Far from the truculent finger-pointing that once characterized his government’s attitude to China – an attitude it still displays elsewhere – Mr. Harper buried whatever criticisms he made of China’s terrible human-rights record in closed-door meetings. In public, it was all sweetness and light, trade deals and photo ops with pandas.