NAFTA: A genuine breakthrough?

Sep 17, 2018 |Cairy Holtby
The U.S. and Mexico have bridged their key differences, and the pressure is on Canada to ensure NAFTA 2.0 remains a trilateral agreement. By Patrick McAllister Trade policy and tariffs continue to dominate government, corporate, and investor mindshare...
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Does the “late cycle” of the U.S. economy have an expiration date?

Sep 17, 2018 |Cairy Holtby
While the U.S. economic expansion is old, it isn’t creaky, and time hasn’t run out on the expansion just yet. The U.S. economy is now in its tenth year of expansion and, at 36 quarters, is within two quarters of being the second-longest on record. “Late...
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No asset in your estate can be as emotionally charged as the family cottage

Sep 17, 2018 |Cairy Holtby
Cherished tradition is deeply steeped in every aspect of our family cottage, largely because my children are the fifth generation making the annual trek north. Up to this point, both our island and the original family cottage (now owned by cousins) have...
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