4 Ways Donald Trump Can Affect the Canadian Economy
With Donald Trump taking office as the 45th President of the United States, there’s no doubt his new policies will shake things up—not just for the American electorate, but for Canadians as well. The new commander-in-chief can make sweeping changes on foreign policy, immigration, and—of particular concern to those of us in the Great White North—trade and oil.
“[Trump’s] policies aren’t all going to work together; some of them will stay and some of them will go,” says Craig Geoffrey CFA, assistant finance professor at the University of Toronto’s Rotman School of Management and former proprietary equity trader. “The real question is, which basket of policies will be coming into effect.”
Although only time will tell, we asked Geoffrey to speculate on four things that could happen to Canada under a Donald Trump presidency.