Supply management 2.0 is finally here: farmers will need to develop new skill sets.
What you need to know about supply management, and why Trudeau government won’t get rid of it.
Also singled out tariffs on US dairy products in yet another scathing tweet directed at Canada.
Democrat Chuck Schumer says opening up the market must be a top priority.
Says Canada was overly generous by agreeing to the same import quotas for imported cheese.
Future talks are slated for late February in Mexico, then for Washington a month later.
Expected to be a central topic at a meeting of leaders from the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation bloc.
Ottawa is calling the idea a non-starter, intends to continue with a protected system.
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Canadian agricultural industry a thorny: US wants greater access for its dairy products.
The US administration is actually acting as a champion of the Canadian consumer.
A vocal contingent of US farmers support the Canadian price-and-import controls, wants negotiators to leave system alone.
Foreign affairs minister is optimistic a new deal can reached and that it will be a win for both countries.
White House makes it clear that issues over dairy and softwood lumber are related to NAFTA renegotiations.
Canada will “vigorously defend” the interests of its lumber industry and milk products.