201604_APRIL Inside Policy COVERApril 2016: The next chapter in Canada-US relations

What does the future hold for the world’s greatest cross-border relationship?

Outsider candidates like Democrat Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump have trampled on the merits of free trade with Canada on their way to success at the ballot box. Meanwhile, a strong relationship between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Barack Obama is forming.

The April 2016 edition of Inside Policy, the magazine of the Macdonald-Laurier Institute, provides an in-depth look at the future of Canada-US relations.

To read a PDF of the magazine, click here. You can also read it on our Issuu page.

Watch out, Canadian political elites. We’re not immune from a Trump, Stanley H. Hartt

Mr. Trudeau goes to Washington, Sean Speer

Trump and consequences? The 2016 election and Canada’s relations with the US, Christopher Sands

Straight Talk on Canada-US relations with Derek Burney and David Wilkins

The unexpected evangelist, Elaine Carsley

Budget 2016 shows Ottawa hasn’t yet learned to say ‘no’, Philip Cross

A living wage is just another name for a tax on jobs, Brian Lee Crowley

Look out infrastructure planners, here comes the driverless car, Brian Flemming

In Europe, PR empowers the old and angry, Christian Leuprecht

Australia and Canada make perfect polar partners, Andrew Pickford and Jeff Collins

Canada’s cyber security policy needs an overhaul, Valarie Findlay

Are deficit critics sounding a false alarm? Sean Speer