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CANADA-TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LAUNCHES TECH DESTINATION PANEL SERIES WITH FOCUS ON THE GROWING CROSS-BORDER TECHNOLOGY LINKS
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CANADA-TEXAS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE LAUNCHES TECH DESTINATION PANEL SERIES WITH FOCUS ON THE GROWING CROSS-BORDER TECHNOLOGY LINKS

Series Commences on July 20 Showcasing Montreal’s Cross-Border Success in Working with Texas and Across North America to Bolster the Clean-tech Ecosystem HOUSTON and DALLAS, Texas (July 12, 2021) –   The Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce (CTCC),  a commercial hub seeking to facilitate cross border business transactions between Canadian and Texan businesses, is partnering with Montreal...

Carbon Tax: Lessons from Canada
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Carbon Tax: Lessons from Canada

As the public and private sectors grapple with climate change and energy transition, one idea being explored is a carbon tax. Canada already has some experience with a carbon tax. We discuss the concept and explore what lessons Canada’s experience might have for the United States. Panelists will include: Dan Jankovic, Blake, Cassels & Graydon...

Canada Border Restrictions
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Canada Border Restrictions

From CTV News:             Good news for Canadians who are fully vaccinated: Starting July 5, there is no longer an obligation to self-isolate for 14 days or to stay in a quarantine hotel upon arrival. Amid calls to end mandatory hotel quarantines from many, including the Canada’s COVID-19 Testing and Screening Expert Advisory Panel, Health...

Tech Destination Series: Montreal
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Tech Destination Series: Montreal

As more tech companies expand their presence beyond traditional hubs like the Silicon Valley, new ecosystems for innovation and investment are emerging. In the first of our Tech Destinations series, we explore Montreal as a burgeoning international tech hub. Not only is Montreal a local hub for innovation in artificial intelligence and climate change technologies,...

Tech & Cybersecurity Event / City of San Antonio, Texas & the Government of Ontario
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Tech & Cybersecurity Event / City of San Antonio, Texas & the Government of Ontario

You and your network are cordially invited to a timely discussion of cross-border cybersecurity technology and initiatives, highlighting cyber for national security and in the automotive sector. The Government of Ontario, Canada, and the City of San Antonio, in conjunction with regional partners, are hosting this joint virtual event on Wednesday, June 16th at 10:00am CDT. This...

Crossborder M&A and PE Outlook
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Crossborder M&A and PE Outlook

The Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Canadian Association of Alternative Strategies & Assets recently hosted our virtual panel on cross-border investments and acquisitions. The panel was moderated by Doug McCullough and featured panelists Chris Dopp, Managing Director at BMO Middle Market M&A and Dan Jankovic, Partner at Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP. Our panel...

What Biden Means for North American Trade
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What Biden Means for North American Trade

The Canada-Texas Chamber of Commerce hosted our Virtual Trade Panel on Wednesday, March 3rd at 12:00 PM CST. The panel was moderated by Doug McCullough and featured panelists Clark Packard of the R Street Institute and Sean Speer of the University of Toronto and Public Policy Forum. This was a discussion about what the Biden...

CETA: A Gold Standard for Free Trade Agreements, and a Sign of a Shift in World Politics
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CETA: A Gold Standard for Free Trade Agreements, and a Sign of a Shift in World Politics

The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is the biggest move Canada has made in the world of free trade agreements since the original NAFTA in the late 90s. Derived from a government study commissioned in 2008 called “Assessing the costs and benefits of a closer EU-Canada economic partnership”, CETA outlines new standards for trade in almost all...