Harper warns of consequences if U.S. fails to avoid fiscal cliff
Canada and the United States have one of the closest and most extensive relationships in the world. / Le Canada et les États‑Unis entretiennent l'une des relations les plus proches et les plus approfondies du monde.
Scotty Greenwood of Mckenna Long and Aldridge LLP discusses Obama’s meeting with Congress leaders and whether both sides will be able to work together.
U.S. President Barack Obama addresses the media for the first time since his re-election. Scotty Greenwood of McKenna and Long Aldridge has reaction.
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Scotty Greenwood of McKenna, Long Aldridge, and Colin Robertson a former Canadian diplomat in Washington discuss Canada's complicated trade relationship.
Crossing border more efficient?
Canadian Chamber of Commerce president Perrin Beatty, and Scotty Greeenwood of the Canadian-American Business Council discuss the implications of the new border deal between Canada and the U.S.
Michael Rapino of Live Nation Entertainment interview, CABC award winner. Hear the history of his rise to success and why he was chosen this years winner.
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Maryscott Greenwood comments on United States and Canada trade relations and security since 9/11.
Scotty Greenwood, a senior advisor at the Canadian-American Business Council and Colin Robertson, a former Canadian envoy to the U.S. discuss the implications the oil spill in Alberta will have on proposed pipeline projects in the states.
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American and Canadian panelists talked about U.S.-Canada relation. Topics included continental security, trade, immigration, and sovereignty. Join Peter Van Dusen, along with Andrew Coyne and Paul Wells from Maclean's, and a host of Canadian and American panelists, including:
Following last week's op-ed in the Washington Times, CABC's
new Executive Director Jane Moffat was interviewed by Sean Leslie of The World
Today Weekend show on CKNW Radio in Vancouver, BC.
On December 7th, 2010, in Vancouver, acclaimed Washington Post journalist Bob Woodward discussed the Obama administration, U.S. politics and his new book: "Obama's Wars."
CTV News Channel: Colin Robertson and Maryscott Greenwood
An executive director for the Canadian American Business Council says that she's not sure there will be too much of a Senate shake-up, but that the Republicans will do fairly well in the U.S. midterm elections tomorrow.
| ||CTV News Channel: Canadian American Business Council Executive Director Scotty Greenwood provides an analysis of this past Saturday's "Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear" in Washington, D.C., the state of U.S. Mid-term election races, the mid-way point for the Obama administration as well as the economy, and what it all might mean for Canada.|
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The executive director of the Canadian-American Business Council discusses comments that a Republican candidate made about terrorists entering the U.S. from Canada. She says that the candidate should look at other perspectives in which Canadians enhance the American economy.
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The managing director of McKenna Long, an international law firm, says the Arizona law stems from the lack of comprehensive immigration reform in the U.S. and seven lawsuits exist to try and stop the law from being implemented, including one from the Obama administration.
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Maryscott Greenwood, Canadian American Business Council ....Maryscott Greenwood of the Canadian-American Business Council agreed that public opinion is ...
CABC Executive Director Scotty Greenwood discusses U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Ottawa in April 2010 and the critical media coverage surrounding her comments on issues ranging from maternal health to Afghanistan.
Maryscott Greenwood comments on United States and Canada trade relations and 9/11.
The relationship between the US and Canada was tested by the events of 9/11, especially in trade and security.