Business Council of Canada CEO talks about how a country made wealthy by globalization and trade can also protect itself against unknown future shocks

Business Council of Canada CEO talks about how a country made wealthy by globalization and trade can also protect itself against unknown future shocks

Canada needs to become more secure by becoming more self-sufficient. In a new series Strong & Free: Shockproofing Canada the Post examines how a country made wealthy by globalization and trade can also protect itself against pandemics and other unknown future shocks to ensure some of our immense resources and economic power are reserved for our own security.
Goldy Hyder, president and CEO of the Business Council of Canada, talks with the Financial Post’s Larysa Harapyn in this special series — Strong & Free: Shockproofing Canada — about how a country made wealthy by globalization and trade can also protect itself against pandemics and other unknown future shocks to ensure some of our immense resources and economic power are reserved for our own security.

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