The 2020 US Presidential Election & the Future of the Canadian-American Relationship

Par Frédérick Gagnon, Christopher Sands, Laurie Trautman et Alexander Panetta
Le Balado de la Chaire

During the four years of Trump's presidency, marked by a propensity to put America's interests first, the Canada-US relationship has been strained, difficult, and at times stormy. The election of Joe Biden as head of the United States seems to herald a more cordial relationship between the two countries, but can Canada expect fundamental changes? Will Donald Trump's America First speech continue to influence Canada-US trade policy and relations for years to come?

The Raoul-Dandurand Chair hosted a webinar on this subject with three distinguished guests : Christopher Sands, director of the Wilson Center’s Canada Institute, Laurie Trautman, director of the Border Policy Research Institute at Western Washington University & Alexander Panetta, Washington-based CBC correspondent. An event moderated by Frédérick Gagnon.

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19 novembre 2020