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Canada’s #1 cultural export is romance. Writing and published works are Canada’s most significant cultural exports, and Toronto-based Harlequin publishing and its famous romances lead the pack. The company publishes 110 titles per month in 34 languages, reaching 110 international markets across six continents! With half its books sold overseas and nearly 95% international sales, […]

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New Clients

  We are excited to begin a working relationship with our two newest clients: the Fruit and Vegetable Dispute Resolution Corporation (DRC) and the NTEA, the Association for the Work Truck Industry. With nearly 1,500 active members across Canada, the DRC is a non-profit, membership-based organization serving the dispute resolution needs of the produce trade […]

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The Contraband Tobacco Trade

On March 4, 2014, the Canada Institute at the Woodrow Wilson Center in Washington, DC convened representatives from federal government departments on both sides of the border, media, think tanks, First Nations leaders, the business community and subject-matter experts for a panel discussion on the problem of cross-border smuggling and border vulnerabilities on tribal lands […]

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LNG exports from the West Coast: Canada’s new energy centre?

  British Columbia, second only to Alberta in natural gas production, is positioning itself to be at the heart of Canada’s efforts to develop and export shale gas reserves. This will require moving gas from the northeastern part of the province to facilities on the coast. Once there, the gas would be converted to liquefied […]

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