Increased border traffic likely as Canada, US economies reopen: Freeland
Discussions about when and how to begin easing those restrictions between Canada, the US and provinces are ongoing.
Canada-US ties get ‘constant gardening’ to protect supply lines: Freeland [UPDATED]
Ensuring vital trade lifelines that go in both directions remain unhindered.
Canada ordering more medical supplies, boosting production at home: PM
More than 230 million surgical masks and 75 million N95 respirator masks ordered.
Large business, non profits, charities eligible for wage subsidy: Trudeau
Available to employers that can show their revenues have fallen by at least 30% due to COVID-19.
Deputy prime minister asks Opposition not to delay new NAFTA deal
Freeland’s letter an effort to build on common ground as Liberals deal with their minority government status.
Freeland in a divided Washington for new NAFTA talks with US and Mexico
Americans want to make sure those changes to Mexican labour standards have teeth.
Kenney, Freeland meet in Edmonton to find common ground
Alberta premier wants a firm guarantee on completion of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion by a fixed date.
Slow economic growth bad for Canada’s foreign policy goals: experts
International ranking in a series of global surveys has continued to decline.
Freeland’s imprint on foreign affairs remains, even if she’s shuffled
Widening Canada’s approach to relations with the US will be her greatest policy legacy.
Pompeo to meet with Trudeau, Freeland ahead of G7 summit
Discussions will focus on Canada-US co-operation on various domestic and international issues.
Trudeau pressed for update on Canada’s arms deal with Saudi Arabia [UPDATED]
Review of the $15-billion LAV contract began last fall after the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
Consular officials visit Canadian Michael Kovrig detained in China
Freeland discussed the detentions with her Chinese counterpart during a summit of Southeast Asian Nations in Bangkok.
Ex-envoy’s advice to China about election ‘highly inappropriate’: Freeland
Comments came as Chinese authorities block key imports from Canada and detain two Canadians on espionage charges.
Canada wanted China to stop ‘inaccurate’ talk about justice system
Briefing note suggests government was bristling at depiction that Meng’s legal rights were somehow in peril.
Liberals begin effort to get USMCA ratified in House of Commons
Freeland to brief the federal cabinet soon on plans to table the necessary ratification bill.