Canada – US relations in the Biden era
What do we know about President Biden’s first 100 days, and the implications for Canada? Monique Smith hosts a frank discussion on policies, politics and cooperation between Canada and the United States.
President Joe Biden’s initial “honeymoon phase” has been anything but as he faced a series of interlocking crises during his first 100 days in office. “A challenging but vigorous start”, Senior Counsel and Canada-US relations expert Monique Smith describes it. His acute focus on Covid response, financial recovery and green infrastructure demonstrates decisive action early on in his mandate.
These past 100 days have largely been introspective for America. But as close allies we ask, how is Canada affected by his plan? Are our countries more aligned than they were before? Many of Canada’s trade and cross border business lines are keeping a close eye on some of the bolder moves coming from the Oval Office, and the implications for our economy.
This week, Monique Smith hosted two Capitol Hill veterans from West Front Strategies, Shimmy Stein and Malloy McDaniel to discuss President Biden’s first 100 days, and the implications for Canada. It was a lively, frank discussion on policies, politics and cooperation between Canada and the United States.
If you weren’t able to join us, the session is available on demand.
Cross border business
For more information on Canada-US business coordination, and how a cross border strategy can further your public affairs goals, contact Senior Counsel Monique Smith for further discussion.