US companies warn that the additional tariffs would drive up prices for consumers.
Mexican and U.S. officials reached an accord late Friday that calls on Mexico to crackdown on migrants in exchange for Trump backing off his tariff threat.
Smaller-than-expected deficit came as exports rose 1.3% for the month.
Ongoing softwood lumber dispute and future U.S. plans for tariffs on uranium imports will also be raised in meeting.
Keynote at Excellence in Manufacturing Consortium’s event will detail the the Crown agency’s Global Export Forecast.
Chinese officials said they will retaliate if Trump goes ahead with more tariff hikes.
The decision to have Vice Premier Liu He take part in talks due to start Thursday might keep alive hopes of a deal.
Scott Moe says farmers are ready to start putting seed in the ground and more action is needed from the federal government.
Feds are pushing China to allow Canadian delegation to visit China to verify complaints that Canadian canola is contaminated with pests.
Conservative Brexiteers think May should be replaced with a more staunchly pro-Brexit leader.
China can appeal the decision.
Talks in Washington last week dealt with issues including technology transfer, intellectual property rights protection, non-tariff measures, agriculture.
Brexit delayed until Oct. 31.
Trade obstacles are faced by Canadian agricultural exporters in markets like India, Italy, Vietnam and Saudi Arabia.
Two-way trade between the EU and China is worth around 575 billion euros (US$648 billion) annually.