|Author:||Ricardo Grinspun and Yasmine Shamsie (Editors)|
|Publisher:||McGill-Queen's University Press|
Questions and concerns regarding Canada's relationship with the United States loom larger than ever since 9/11. Contributors provide a comprehensive analysis of the legacy of free trade and the challenges that deepening bilateral integration presents for Canadian sovereignty and public policy autonomy. In response to the question Whose Canada?, the authors share their skepticism about corporate Canada's continental agenda and the results of Ottawa's cozying up to Washington, arguing forcefully that Canada's future must be shaped by its citizens, not its elites.