canada business in arizona

Warm Arizona winter could mean more snowbirds

2016-11-01T15:12:17-07:00November 1st, 2016|Canadians in Arizona, News, Tourism|

La Nina conditions could bring a warm, dry winter to Arizona and colder, snowy weather in Canada and the northern U.S. Sources as varied as the Climate Prediction Center, La Niña forecasts and the "Canadian Farmers’ Almanac" are calling for conditions that could lead us to see larger-than-normal flocks of snowbirds this winter. The Climate [...]

Arizona Governor calls for more Canada U.S. trading

2016-10-06T11:34:17-07:00October 6th, 2016|Business, Canadians in Arizona|

Arizona’s Republican Governor is touring Canada urging corporate leaders to ignore the anti-trade rhetoric that is dominating the U.S. presidential campaign and keep investing in U.S. expansion. Governor Doug Ducey, who was in Toronto on Tuesday pitching Arizona to a business audience in Toronto, proudly pointed out that 350 Canadian companies do business in his [...]

Governor Ducey Heading to Canada

2016-10-04T09:56:10-07:00October 4th, 2016|Business, Canadians in Arizona|

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey is headed north of the border, taking Arizona business leaders with him to Canada this week. The delegation will be in Toronto Tuesday through Thursday. While there, Ducey will deliver a keynote address to the Canadian Club of Toronto. He will also ring the opening bell at the Toronto Stock Exchange. [...]

American tourist destinations try to lure Canadians as loonie drops

2016-07-27T17:00:43-07:00July 27th, 2016|Business, Canadians in Arizona|

Several American businesses are freezing their prices and trying to appeal to Canadians in a bid to have them cross the border this summer. The loonie’s ongoing drop — which began in 2014 — has led to many people choosing places other than the U.S. for vacation. Last year, about 1.29 million people crossed [...]

Canada is important player in Arizona economy

2016-04-22T14:18:18-07:00April 22nd, 2016|Business, Canadians in Arizona|

When talk turns to trade in Arizona, Mexico tends to dominate the conversation, but we shouldn’t forget the importance of our neighbors to the north, officials say. Canada is the state’s No. 2 trading partner, with $3.7 billion in bilateral trade in 2015. And Canadians’ roots in Arizona go deep, said Glenn Williamson, honorary consul [...]

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