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Publications For Teaching About Canada - Canadian-American Public Policy


Established in 1990, Canadian-American Public Policy is a referred series of occasional papers focusing on contemporary issues in U.S.-Canada relations. Rapidly growing commercial ties between Canada and the U.S. are rising complex new policy issues in both countries concerning trade, investment, energy, the environment, resources management, cultural politics, and foreign affairs.
Howard Cody, Editor.
Established in 1990, Canadian-American Public Policy is a referred series of occasional papers focusing on contemporary issues in U.S.-Canada relations. Rapidly growing commercial ties between Canada and the U.S. are rising complex new policy issues in both countries concerning trade, investment, energy, the environment, resources management, cultural politics, and foreign affairs.
Howard Cody, Editor.

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