Canadian Softwood Lumber 2006 Agreement
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This paper consists of three fixed questions addressing the Canada-US softwood lumber dispute and the new 2006 Agreement. The paper addresses the different interests and functions of the provincial and federal governments, Canadian goals in joining NAFTA and what the softwood dispute seems to imply about how well it serves Cdn interests, and the BC Lumber Trade Council as an example of a public interest group both representing the lumbering industry and advising the BC and federal governments on how to proceed. This question also explores the impact of slowed lumbering and tariffs and the resolution to accept the 2006 agreement.
From the Paper:"The 2006 new Softwood Lumber Agreement between Canada and the United States will reflect the different interests of the provincial and federal governments as well as their different roles in implementing the Agreement. (Beg Et Al: 2003) The larger Canadian political environment that shapes the thinking of both the provincial and federal levels of government has to do with a still insecure feeling in Canada as its economy just managed to survive the 1990s Recession. Brean noted how this has influenced Canadian official reactions to new phenomena such as the..."
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