Canada and America’s years of harmonious relations might be in jeopardy as with the election of Donald Trump as the President of States. Canadians are stressed over how Trump’s campaign guarantees could resonate north of the border. Here are the key issues we need to consider:
Donald Trump made U.S. trade plans a key issue in his campaign, and this issue could have the high impact on Canada after he becomes active president. The president-elect campaigned on a vow to force Canada and Mexico to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, to give advantages to U.S. organizations.
Hard-won advance in the battle against climate change will be drastically moved back if Trump adheres to his statement. Trump promised to back America out of the 2015 Paris arrangement, a historic worldwide climate treaty for controlling emanations and restricting worldwide temperature increments.
Worldwide financial markets and stocks jerked early Wednesday on news that Trump had emerged as the winner. In any case, Trump’s long haul plan to support the U.S. economy — making 25 million employments and prodding development through tax breaks and infrastructure spending — could support Canada’s financial fortunes, as well, if the president-elect can get it going, said Craig Alexander, senior VP and chief economist at the Conference Board of Canada.
Trump pledges to construct a divider on the U.S.- Mexico border however dismisses a divider on the border with Canada as too long, excessively costly, and needless. However it’s unclear as of now if Trump administration will respect deals to guarantee a thinner and smoother border to the north.
Canada is re-drawing in with the United Nations on climate change, Syrian refugees and peace operations, right after Trump has flagged America is digging in to look after itself. Trump guaranteed to stem not only Mexican immigration but even to restrict Muslims from entering the U.S. He called Syrian refugees “Trojan horse” debilitating public safety America’s “quality of life.”