Company believes “dialogue is preferable to confrontation” and will delay workers returning to the work site.
Economic retaliation over Meng arrest could expand to maple syrup and seafood.
Association says China’s decision to restrict sales from Richardson International has negatively affected prices, created market uncertainty.
No help dealing with Trump’s Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum exports.
No sign of progress on US complaints Beijing steals technology, industry development plans violate free-trade commitments.
Stresses the need to present a united front during complex trade negotiations.
Fresh round of talks aimed at resolving the conflict is planned for next week in Washington.
Embraer claims aviation business hurt by Bombardier receiving more than $3.7 billion in subsidies.
Could damage Alberta and Canadian businesses and citizens as well as those in BC.
Trudeau insists the Kinder Morgan pipeline is within federal jurisdiction, Horgan’s government has no authority to block it.
One will cover the Canadian dispute, the other US use of differential pricing in its anti-dumping determinations.
Two countries refusing to let the US rewrite the rules for Chapter 11 if it can’t commit to being part of it.
Freeland calls countervailing and anti-dumping duties unfair, unwarranted and “deeply troubling.”
Trump’s team describe panels as a sovereignty violation; foreign courts make judgments on how US law should be applied.
Former PM says NAFTA arbitration panels served “all three parties brilliantly for many years.”