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February 19, 2020

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Goldy Hyder joined Jon Erlichman on BNN Bloomberg

Goldy Hyder joined Jon Erlichman on BNN Bloomberg

Goldy Hyder joined Jon Erlichman on BNN Bloomberg's The Open to discuss the impact of the rail blockades on business and a possible way forward. Watch here.

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February 18, 2020

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Goldy Hyder joined Vassy Kapelos on Power & Politics

Goldy Hyder joined Vassy Kapelos on Power & Politics

Goldy Hyder joins Vassy Kapelos and Dennis Darby on CBC's Power & Politics to discuss economic impact of the continued rail blockades. Watch here (starts at 1:11:50).  

Date:
February 18, 2020

Infrastructure Blockades Damaging Canadian Economy

Infrastructure Blockades Damaging Canadian Economy

Dear Prime Minister: As you are aware, the ongoing rail and other infrastructure blockades taking place in various parts of the country are creating severe problems for public services, Canadian businesses, workers and their families. We fully share your government’s commitment to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. Numerous Canadian businesses have long-standing, respectful relationships with Indigenous communities. The Canadian business community supports the economic and social imperative of ensuring Indigenous peoples have the same tools to benefit from economic activity ...

Date:
February 18, 2020

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Brian Kingston is quoted in POLITICO

Brian Kingston is quoted in POLITICO

"Talk about a possible U.S. withdrawal from the WTO pact is “definitely a concern” because the American procurement market is “massive” for Canadian firms. U.S. companies would also lose opportunities to bid on government contracts in other WTO countries..." Read the article here (login required)

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February 16, 2020

Brian Kingston is quoted in CBC News coverage

Brian Kingston is quoted in CBC News coverage

"As Brian Kingston of the Business Council of Canada put it: 'in 2003 China was responsible for about four per cent of global GDP, they're now responsible for nearly 20 per cent … so it's a completely different ballgame.'" Read the article here.

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