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Public govt. debate could undermine overall Canadian support for immigration

Public govt. debate could undermine overall Canadian support for immigration

Teresa Wright,The Canadian Press
with commentary by Keith Banting, Professor Emeritus, School of Policy Studies and Research Chair in Public Policy, Queen's University

National Post -  http://nationalpost.com/news/feds-warned-of-tipping-point-in-public-supp...
April 14, 2018

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How Canada can be an energy superpower without crude oil

How Canada can be an energy superpower without crude oil

Reuters with commentary by Warren Mabee, Professor and Head of Department, Department of Geography and Planning, Director Queen's Institute on Energy and Environmental Policy, Queen's University

Jameson Berkow, BNN
with Commentary by Warren Mabee, Professor and Head of Department, Department of Geography and Planning, Director Queen's Institute on Energy and Environmental Policy, Queen's University  -  

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Why a U.S-China trade war could be a 'net negative' for Canada

Why a U.S-China trade war could be a 'net negative' for Canada

CBC  - http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/united-states-china-trade-war-canada-1.4...
March 26, 2018


A trade war between the United States and China could potentially provide benefits to a handful of industries in Canada but the overall impact would be negative for the Canadian economy, some experts warn.

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Principal’s commission recommends ambitious approach to public policy at Queen’s

Principal’s commission recommends ambitious approach to public policy at Queen’s

Queen's Gazette  - http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/principal-s-commission-recommends-...
February 6, 2018


Principal Daniel Woolf has received the final report from the Principal’s Commission on the Future of Public Policy at Queen’s University.

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