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"prime minister canada" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In real terms the choices and the actions of China have made that more difficult. That was Prime Minister Canada of Justin Trudeau speaking to Bloomberg's Eric Schatzker in the last 24 hours on China, going into the G20 commencing a little bit later on this weekend. The President touching down in New Delhi India in about two hours or so from now. Some reporting from here at the team at Bloomberg according to a person familiar with the matter, familiar with the final draft of the communique, or at least the draft of that final communique. Leaders of Group of 20 nations plan to warn that cascading crises pose challenges to long -term economic growth while calling for a coordinated macroeconomic response to it. I mean, how much coordination can we expect at the G20 level? People to come up with that statement beforehand. I sat with Simon Kennedy once at the St. Regis I remember the room electric. was Are we going to get that in India? I don't think so. What I find interesting is you have the sort of vanilla G20 correspondence at the same time that we're getting headlines from CCTV over in China that Xi is planning to boost state firms competitiveness and plans to speed up building infrastructures like energy pipes. This is tangible on the ground types of measures at the same time that G20 can't really come to those agreements to make those strong actions. So I think you're really raising a good point here about the ambiguousness. Nailed it. That was beautiful. I'm it's Friday Brian, don't worry about it. Thanks I appreciate it. I'm not even gonna make an attempt. Why is the camera still on? I did it to me earlier. It was like fashion reach Soho, boom. Invincuousness, there we go. Wouldn't let it go. Breathe, it's alright. Saving the program right now in Washington our chief union correspondent Amory Horton joins us well. as Amory one of our themes is to get out front and look to next week. I believe the president of the United States will return from India and it returns to something that's the fabric of his ute and that is a union on strike. I am fascinated Amory of your reporting on the union tone inside the beltway. It's got to be so different from 58 or from one Biden knew as a senator. Well, Biden is trying to revive that this is something he ran on and as we say a lot he wants to be he uses this term a tremendous amount of time I actually can't keep up but he says he wants to be the most pro -labor union president modern history part of this issue is that he also has a multitude of goals he wants to achieve over his presidency he also wants to be the most pro climate we've seen at times these ambitions really come to head head and he has to almost choose where he wants to lean into is it the environmentalist and electrifying the grid or is it the labor unions but what we're seeing right now is we potentially could see a strike as soon as next week this contract is ending September 14th and the language coming from the UAE continues to be fiery I pulled up Sean Fain's statement let me just you bring some of this after refusing to bargain in good faith for the past six weeks only after having federal labor board charges filed against them GM which came back with it with a counter yesterday has come to the table with an insulting proposal he also go on to say that GM either doesn't care isn't listening when we say we need economic justice the clock is ticking stop wasting our members time tick talk that is the level of acrimony acrimony within these negotiations happening right now and kind of like when the president went to the G7 in Japan had to cut his trip short he has a number of domestic issues hanging over when he touches down India is the nation pro union I mean I got a president who's pro -union and the romance of you know what he knew in Scranton and Delaware and all that but is America pro -union I think it really depends on where you live and who you ask because while this is also happening it's been a hot labor summer you've seen a number of unions and workers really want to demand more from their workers we still have writers and actors on strike in California we have a tense negotiation between American airline flight attendants right now after the pilots were able to strike a pretty good deal for themselves I think it was one of the biggest we've seen in history for the pilots but if you go to the south where it's right to work you're not going to see very pro labor individuals it's a right -to -work culture so very much depends on where you are and also who you ask because to John's point this entire week the number of people that are actually part of unions has really dropped dramatically than what we saw say in the 1970s it's easy to say you're pro -union the most pro -union president in the this history of country when union membership is this low because most of the time you can have your cake and eat it the real test will be if there's a strike and Anne -Marie given what the president has told the general public of this country time and time again that he believes he is the most pro union president in the history of this country shouldn't he be striking with them in a week's time if that strike begins? I do not think you're gonna see the president go to Detroit and take take the picket line with these individuals but he will use the bully pulpit and what we do know is that he's already has Gene Sperling trying to work in between these individuals between the big three between the UAW to make sure the government is keeping an eye on these negotiations. I mean a statement came out last month from the White House about about this these negotiations about the potential strike so when the president says he doesn't think there's gonna be a strike clearly they are worried because they already dispatched someone over the summer and they've even out put a statement already so clearly they're worried if they're going to be a strike. What does this mean for the impact of the economy? What does it mean the for fact that we already have a low amount of cars that are being built in terms of the manufacturing base the fact that they've been catching up due to the COVID pandemic and and their inability to get some supplies and also what does this mean for his EV agenda? Who is the point person for this, Anne -Marie? Just to jump in, we don't have a confirmed Labour Secretary, we have an Acting Labour Secretary, we have a President who from the outside looking in looks like he has a cosy relationship with Mary Barra of GM. Who's the point person? Who's dealing with the auto manufacturers within the White House? Well, I'm sure the Labour Department is involved in this even though you're right, with Marty Walsh leaving and they not been able to make sure they can have a Senate confirmation of the acting individual, Julie Hsu. Gene Sperling has been the person that's been involved with both the big three and the UAW. Right now, Anne -Marie, just real quickly here, I just want to finish up with the last question where you mentioned that you're in Washington DC. You're not in New Delhi and part of the reason why is because there's a negotiation to prevent this government from shutting down in the near future and that's one of the misogynist risks out there. A really important thing to be focused on. What are the chances? Does it look more likely that they're going to get some agreement? It looks more likely depending on, well this is another one depending on who you talk to, but if you see what the lobbyists are talking about. We had a Congresswoman Malio Takis from New York on yesterday. No one is saying no we're not going to shut down. They are saying there is this potential and that's what it's looking like and really what I would watch for is the divide between the Republicans between the House and the Senate. While you see Senator McConnell come out and say we want to get this supplemental through attached to a continuing resolution, that for aid Ukraine, the aid for disaster, put it on top of the bill that's going to keep the government functioning after September 30th, what you see from House Republicans is Speaker McCarthy is potentially looking at ciphering off the Ukraine aid and putting it into a different bill with what Democrats would view as controversial policies for the border and asylum seekers. So there's going to be a huge fight, not just within Democrats and Republicans in the House, but within Republicans between the House and the Senate. And that's why this is going to be really a labyrinth for Speaker McCarthy to navigate. AMH, thank you. Anne -Marie on the latest down in Washington. Appreciate it. Our chief Washington correspondent on the latest of the negotiations between the big three in Detroit and UAW Tom.
"prime minister canada" Discussed on Reformed Millennials - Growth Investing Canada
"Ep also scored a lot of what what the liberal talk about. Except for they go away. Further in terms of you know there hasn't been a lot of talk about pipelines Necessarily this election from the mvp. I think they're trying to make sure they rock the boat in alberta provincially as dynamics there but they have said that they want to end fossil fuel subsidies so for people who are listening fossil fuel. Subsidies are not That's a little bit of a simplistic way to talk about them. You know what i think. Jade meet sing means when he talks about that is sort of any federal support to the oil and gas industry when it comes to now it's a lot about transition and sort of like the new economy. The view of the mvp is largely that oil and gas companies are rich enough to do despite themselves. No more government intervention on this. We should just how standards that they have to meet initial from there. The other thing that is different between the party is is the emissions reductions Target so i don't know i remember back in twenty in. During the paris accord all of these countries came together and talk to you about reducing emissions. The paris accord happened. When prime minister harper was the prime minister canada and the target. That was agreed to there was thirty percent reduction of emissions two-dozen five emissions since then the liberals have increased it. They increased earlier this year. To forty to forty five percent and the mvp wanna go even higher. I don't the exact number but it's significantly higher than the liberals number into the fifty. Okay there you go. So the differences between the political parties now or that tool has agreed to keep that thirty percent reduction. Target deliver later trudell wants to take its that forty to forty five dp Fifty which the conservatives argue is reasonable because the emissions reductions targets under the liberal leader actually haven't been met so the argument there is like why set a target if you're not gonna hit it but that's definitely another area where they differ on this topic. It is interesting at all. I'd like to. I'd like to get fifty percents even though we haven't hit ten so yeah stig nine right. Of course it is all politics really is generally i mean for me obviously eliminating Sixty nine repealing see forty eight bin and then getting trans mountain expansion built. That's the part. I mean emissions reduction. Fantastic don't care but sounds like very important stuff. It seems as though we're never going to get there. But i like the idea of it. It's the infrastructure that they're considering and then willing to back that gets my juices flowing and i'm excited about that personally. I think that was a really good breakdown of what people should be thinking about in regards to the environment by for me moving forward. I found it interesting that he calls an election with a childcare. Bill still pending. I think that this is something. That's also very misunderstood across all platforms but kinda update me on what. Childcare situation is for each one of the. Yeah so by the way. I wanna start this discussion by saying that. I think we should think about investments in child care whether we do it through. Tax credits through universal access is super important. I think that you know as a young female professional myself. Our society needs to start thinking about this as infrastructure. You know there needs to be access for people. We need to getting people the option of going back to work and for the cost. Childcare tanabe prohibitive. So that's where. I come from this discussion. The liberals had had been talking about this for sure..
"prime minister canada" Discussed on Ahkameyimok Podcast with Perry Bellegarde
"What are your thoughts when you become leader of the conservative party. And maybe the prime minister canada in terms of throws beaches priorities has evidence in this last one speech. Well listen. there's a lot in their chief. And i can talk about any of it individually but with me you're going to have more action and less speeches. I i really fear i. I do think. Justin trudeau wants to make progress. I have no question about it. But he's the most detached minister i've ever seen in fact he basically delegates everything to everyone. And there's no ownership. As i said i as i was very critical of of when he removed the names off of buildings and and symbolic gestures as opposed to making real progress. And even on ninety two. I spoke in debate in the house on that bill. That the Aboriginal child welfare bill. I think probably one of the most important elements of reconciliation. It was literally the last bill. He introduced and got through in the parliament. His his his first term parliament is prime minister. If you wanna talk about a lack of priorities chief using closure to rush this in before he goes to the polls and if if the delay in that bill was a result of comprehensive consultations with provinces and first nation leadership. I might understand. But if you actually talk there was very little Detailed consultation and i quoted the tina fontaine inquiry from manitoba. When i spoke in the house on this The consultations are needed because the many places where tina fontaine was failed. Many of them are provincial. Service administration and so. I actually think the trudeau government talks talks a lot but doesn't act so what you're going to get from a prime minister o'toole I'm going to try and compete on a word count basis with the throne speech with him. But you'll have my phone. You'll say oh tool. You made this commitment in the next year. Where where's it at. And i want you to hold me to.