Discussions will focus on Canada-US co-operation on various domestic and international issues.
Review of the $15-billion LAV contract began last fall after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Freeland discussed the detentions with her Chinese counterpart during a summit of Southeast Asian Nations in Bangkok.
Comments came as Chinese authorities block key imports from Canada and detain two Canadians on espionage charges.
Briefing note suggests government was bristling at depiction that Meng’s legal rights were somehow in peril.
Freeland to brief the federal cabinet soon on plans to table the necessary ratification bill.
Foreign Affairs minister expressed optimism over incremental progress, but no indication of a resolution close at hand.
Chrystia Freeland offered Canada’s support for the Alliance for Multilateralism during a meeting of G7 foreign ministers in Dinard, France.
Formal ratification is uncertain amid political jockeying in and between the US and Mexico.
Foreign minister pressed U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for tariff removal during their Wednesday-night meeting in Washington.
Clock is ticking in Canada’s Parliament as June ratification deadline looms.
Freeland continued to resist the notion that there is a link between the trade deal and the tariffs.
Arbitrary detentions of Canadians are not just about Canada – they represent a way of behaving which is a threat to all countries: Freeland.
Canada’s foreign minister says US businesses are on our side.
The murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi has called into question Canada’s business dealings with the Kingdom.