Choices aimed at preparing for the challenges of a Trump presidency.
Up to a third of the positions in play as Canada prepares for the Trump universe
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Brian Pallister says the intention to cut the annual rate increase on health care transfer payments to 3% in April is unacceptable.
Pipeline approvals will add almost a million additional barrels of oil per day to export capacity.
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Companies want Canada to be at the front of the pack as the global economy makes a historic shift.
Experts warn it would be extremely expensive for Canada to operate two types of fighter jets.
Aim is to link clean power systems regionally to create a cross-Canada grid.
Trans Mountain pipeline would add 14-17 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent per year.
Ambassador to the US suggests adding softwood to the deal to end the ongoing litigating.
Context of talks has changed since the election of Donald Trump as US president and his tough stances on free trade.
Recommendations include assessments by parties with arms-length relationship from proponents.
Government hopes every to leverage $4-5 in private funding for every dollar it invests.
Climate change, trade, pipelines, refugees, defence among the top concerns.