From: Living with Uncle
An overview of Canada-US relations highlited the 1988 FTA, 9/11, NAFTA and trying to achieve a goal of economic unions with the US
Bruce Campbell is executive director of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives. He has written widely on public policy issues, including on Canada-US relations. He is author or coauthor of three books including (with Maude Barlow) Straight Through the Heart: How the Liberals Abandoned the Just Society, HarperCollins, 1995, and Pulling Apart: The Deterioration of Employment and Income in North America Under Free Trade, CCPA, 1999
Ed Finn is founding editor of the CCPA Monitor. Formerly, as a journalist, he worked at the Western Star (Corner Brook, NL), the Montreal Gazette and the Toronto Star, for which he wrote a weekly column on labour relations. He served for twenty-seven years as a communicator for several labour organizations, including the Canadian Labour Congress and the Canadian Union of Public Employees. He received an honourary doctorate from Memorial University in 1996.