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While Canada and the U.S. used to be best friends, that friendship is now on rocky ground, said Bruce Heyman, former U.S. ambassador to Canada who served under former president Barack Obama. “When I left, I felt our relationship was in good hands, and you can imagine how jarring it has been for me over […]

2018 Top 40 Money Managers Report: The Trump effect

Though President Trump hasn’t been successful in following through his promise to construct a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico, he’s certainly stoked serious divisionism, with signals popping up the world over that nations are tugging on their drawbridges where trade, migration and other economic activities are concerned. Whether it’s the […]


Will institutional investors be able to breathe a sigh of relief now that North America has come away from the negotiating table with a new trade deal? As the new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement replaces the long negotiated North America Free Trade Agreement, political cohesion in North America has been restored, according to Dec Mullarkey, managing director in the investment strategy […]

Pharmacare, flexible annuity options top CLHIA’s wish list for 2019 federal budget

Pharmacare and flexible annuity options top the Canadian Life and Health Insurance Association’s list of recommendations for the upcoming 2019 federal budget. In its submission, the association stated it’s supportive of the work being done through the federal government’s advisory council on the implementation of pharmacare, introduced in last year’s budget. However, it also said it’s important to […]

  • By: Staff
  • August 10, 2018 September 13, 2019
  • 09:05

The Canadian dollar has had its share of ups and downs over the past year or so. At the beginning of 2017, it sat at 74 cents U.S., rising to a recent high of 82 cents in September. Since then, it has fluctuated at around the 80-cent level, falling by a few cents throughout early […]

Risks to NAFTA continue to rise: Nicholas Burns

Keynote speaker Nicholas Burns kicked off this year’s Global Investment Conference with insights about the mega trends dominating the global geopolitical landscape today. Looking at the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the Harvard University professor and former U.S. Under Secretary of State expressed rising concerns about the future of the agreement. “I’m worried […]

Our interview with Harvard professor, Nicholas Burns.

Investors Challenged by Ups and Downs of NAFTA Talks

What are institutional investors to make of the flurry of activity?


Panel of economists discuss uncertainty and Canada's prospects for 2018 at Defined Benefit Investment Forum.


Author Jeff Rubin says a renegotiated bi-lateral deal is better for Canada and its workers.