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Canada’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions signals opportunities for U.S. clean technology companies to expand into the Canadian market.
The development of Canada’s eSports industry represents business opportunities for U.S. exporters.
Canada’s commitment to reducing carbon emissions in the oil and gas sector signals opportunities for U.S. clean technology companies.
Commitments by the Royal Canadian Mountain Police to modernize equipment offers opportunities for U.S. exporters of law enforcement goods.
Electric battery production investments in Canada and securing the supply chain for zero emission vehicles represent business opportunities for U.S. exporters.
The Government of Canada’s funding of a new critical minerals mining strategy provides U.S companies with an opportunity to expand into the Canadian market.
Close economic integration with the U.S. offers opportunities for U.S. exporters.
The Canadian sports industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic offers new opportunities for U.S. suppliers of sports equipment.
Canada is poised to rebuild its economy and recover from two years of relatively slow growth.
Canada’s increase in wildfires and forest fires offers many opportunities for U.S. suppliers of firefighting equipment.
Canada’s economic recovery presents an opportunity for U.S companies to become involved in a growing market.
Canada’s new position on small modular reactor (SMR) development offers many opportunities for U.S. suppliers and sub-suppliers to the SMR industry.
The construction of Shell’s carbon capture and storage project near Edmonton, Alberta may present opportunities for U.S. companies.
Canada is investing $17 billion into the construction of clean energy, hydrogen complexes that reduce carbon emissions via low-carbon fuels production.
The construction of Dow’s net-zero complex in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta may present opportunities for U.S. companies.