Research by Natalie Brender

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This five-year review of Canada’s Centre for the North summarizes its half-decade of research on Canada’s North and provides an analysis of three priority items to be addressed.
The Conference Board of Canada | 72 pages | April 2015 | by Anja Jeffrey, Adam Fiser, Natalie Brender, Brent Dowdall
Ce document résume les résultats des recherches menées pendant cinq ans par le Centre pour le Nord et analyse les trois priorités sur lesquelles il faut se pencher.Cette publication...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 77 pages | April 2015 | by Natalie Brender, Brent Dowdall, Adam Fiser, Anja Jeffrey
This briefing outlines how the Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) could improve trading prospects for Canadian businesses, what is known about its labour...
The Conference Board of Canada | 34 pages | July 2014 | by Natalie Brender
Cette note d’information décrit comment l’Accord économique et commercial global (AECG) entre le Canada et l’UE pourrait améliorer les perspectives commerciales des entreprises...
Le Conference Board du Canada | 40 pages | July 2014 | by Natalie Brender
Faced with increasingly congested urban cores, efficient urban public transportation networks are key. This briefing looks at the major issues and makes 10 recommendations for...
The Conference Board of Canada | 28 pages | May 2007 | by Natalie Brender, Anne Golden
Canada’s prosperity depends on the success of our major cities. This volume of Mission Possible: Sustainable Prosperity for Canada takes a comprehensive look at the capacity and...
The Conference Board of Canada | 140 pages | February 2007 | by Natalie Brender, Marni Cappe, Anne Golden
This report demonstrates that economic growth in Canada’s “hub cities” spurs growth in proximate smaller communities. It thereby makes the case for strategic investment in hub...
The Conference Board of Canada | 32 pages | July 2006 | by Natalie Brender, Mario Lefebvre
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