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.
Lumber and dairy are irritants because they’re not properly addressed in the old agreement: Ross
Milk processors dropping farms claiming millions of dollars lost when Canada changed its milk pricing policies.
Canadian officials unfazed, will proceed with a calm, fact-based approach to negotiations.
Charge that Canadian policies are the cause of financial loss for US farmers not based on facts.
Montreal Economic Institute it would be good for consumers in both countries, spur economic productivity.
Canadian dairy giant raises its stake in the cheese and dairy producer to 98%.
The retirement will be effective Aug. 1, when Lino Saputo will be 80.
Will maintain full operations and jobs at the Stirling plant.
Closure affects 273 jobs.
Dairy producer said it plans to invest about $32 million in other locations over the next two years.
Auckland businessman arrested, charged with two counts of blackmail.