Tough talk on China could hurt efforts to free Kovrig, Spavor: Champagne
Urges MPs to keep their fate in mind when they spout off about the perils and perfidy of China’s Communist regime.
Champagne will stop arms exports to Turkey if rights abuse uncovered
Responding to allegations Turkey is involved in this week’s renewed fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan.
Canada hopes to avert new US tariff war, but is ready to fire: Champagne
Foreign affairs minister believes the standoff is an opportunity to figure out new ways to bring manufacturing back to life across North America.
Champagne challenges Beijing, insists empty planes left China
Foreign minister pushes for virtual access to two imprisoned Canadians.
Champagne set to put traits to the test as foreign minister
Easygoing manner belies his own ambitious rise in business and international-trade law.
As waters rise, Champagne offers fast track reviews for flood projects
The “disaster mitigation and adaptation fund” was set up two years ago to dole out $2 billion over a decade.
Trade missions for women, Indigenous, LGBTQs in 2018: minister
Idea is to promote the interests of those who have been ignored in the past.
No special treatment for US if it wants to rejoin TPP: official
Senior Trump administration officials have said recently they’re looking at ways to possibly rejoin the pact.
Canada chasing South American Mercosur trade deal after signing new TPP
Champagne says negotiations with Argentina, Brazil, Uraguay and could begin in earnest in the next 10 days.
New TPP could hurt NAFTA talks because of impact on auto sector
Global Affairs Canada analysis predicts lower US imports into Canada.
Liberals shake up Crown corporation after Philippines helicopter deal
Review of the now cancelled deal ordered after it was revealed they would be used for “internal security operations.”
Aecon sale faces federal reviews encountered by Potash Corp., Norsat and others
Cabinet has ordered a further investigation of the deal under the Investment Canada Act.
Champagne orders review of controversial helicopter deal with the Philippines
Review follows comments from a Philippine military official that the aircraft would be used for internal security operations.
Canada will be constructive, innovative at NAFTA negotiations: Champagne
But US peeved about Canada’s recent sweeping WTO complaint, progressive focus.
Feds create ombudsman to keep tabs on corporate behaviour abroad
Will work towards resolving conflicts between local communities and Canadian companies.