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We are pleased to announce our closing keynote speaker at the this year’s Fall Outlook Conference will be Mr. Mark Agnew, Senior Director of International Policy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce.
Mark Agnew is the Senior Director of International Policy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce. He is responsible for managing the Chamber’s international work, including on trade policy, B7/B20 as well as Business at OECD. Prior to starting at the Canadian Chamber, he worked for the UK government on trade and economic policy issues at the British High Commission in Ottawa for seven years. In that role he was responsible for leading UK work in Canada pertaining to Brexit, the EU-Canada CETA. He has also worked for the Canadian government in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, as well as at Parliament. Mark attended Carleton University, where he specialized in international trade policy during his graduate studies.
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A new study unhesitatingly concludes that privatizing Canadian airports would not lead to any significant productivity gains. The federal government has been considering privatizing the eight largest airports in the national network since a report was tabled on the...read more
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The International Air Transport Association (IATA) urged the United States government and industry to work together to ensure that aviation is able to accommodate an expected 62% rise in demand for air travel to, from and within the country over the next 20 years....read more
Marian Robson, Chair, and Wafaa Barakat, Executive Committee member, at the CILTNA (Pacific Chapter) booth at Cargo Logistics Canada Trade Show and Conference February 6-7, 2019 in Vancouver, BC. Visitors learned about the benefits of a CILTNA membership...read more