Living next to such a powerful neighbour has its ups and downs. When things go bump in the US, Canada usually feels the impact. Sometimes that impact is good and sometimes it’s not. The iAffairs’ Canada-US section is dedicated to tracking those impacts, examining them from all sides, and presenting the Canadian perspective. In a relationship that is as far reaching as the one between Canada and the US, there are few subjects that are left untouched. However, on a day to day basis it is generally trade, energy and security issues that drive this longstanding alliance. While the majority of our coverage will focus on these areas, we aim to be inclusive of all issues that relate to Canada-US relations. If you have an article that you would like to share please get in touch with the Associate Editor for Canada-US Relations, Justine Gilbert, at email@example.com
Justine Gilbert is currently a masters student at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs where she is studying intelligence and national security. She recently completed an internship at the Embassy of Canada in Washington D.C. While at the Embassy she worked in the political section on issues related to defence and foreign policy. Prior to that she spent four years working with the Government of Saskatchewan as a policy analyst. A close friend recently summed up her five favourite things as: drones, cyber war, the Arctic, wearing black, and Hilary Clinton. While she may sound hawkish, her future career ambitions include raising hairy coos on a farm in Scotland.