In Canada-U.S. defence trade, the status quo is a losing proposition
Unless we take the initiative, Canada’s decreasing relevance in Washington will result in growing headwinds for binational Canada-U.S. defence trade.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland recently delivered a speech that set out the concept of 'friend-shoring.' But when it comes to defence, much work remains to turn friend-shoring from words into action, writes Nicolas Todd. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia