Stephen Clarkson

Professor of Political Economy at the University of Toronto

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Professor of Political Economy at the University of Toronto and author of Does North America Exist?: Governing the Continent after NAFTA and 9/11

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Barack Obama crossed into Canada today on his first foreign trip as President.  But he spent just a few hours and made no public appearances.

Obama Crosses the Border, Canada's Single-payer Health Plan

Barack Obama crossed into Canada today on his first foreign trip as President.  But he spent just a few hours and made no public appearances.

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On his first trip to another country as President, Barack Obama is  spending a few hours in Canada , America’s biggest trading partner.

Obama Visits Canada

On his first trip to another country as President, Barack Obama is spending a few hours in Canada , America’s biggest trading partner.

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