Parliamentary secretary to Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is confident the US and Mexico will ratify the deal.
Relations between Capitol Hill and the White House are so strained, some feel the trade deal may be rejected by Congress.
Canada’s foreign minister says US businesses are on our side.
Democrats preparing for pitched battles against GOP rivals, and will be disinclined to give Trump any legislative wins.
Trump said he planned to give formal notice of his intentions to withdraw from NAFTA, to force US Congress into ratifying new deal.
Jose Boisjoli says he’s happy with the new trade agreement.
Trump dug in his heels on climate change and language referencing protectionism.
Canada will be able to export up to 2.6 million passenger vehicles into the US tariff-free.
New agreement not popular with some Democrats and Republicans.
He says Canada is working with the U.S. to solve the tit-for-tat tariff dispute; won’t make one set of negotiations contingent on another.
An end to tariffs on steel and aluminum was not part of the USMCA.
This election is a referendum on the first two years of the Trump presidency, and it will have far-reaching ramifications.
Pierre Breton offered support to farmers in his rural riding at a protest that opposed his government’s trade policy.
Review of the agreement suggests it could also mean higher prices for consumers and more inefficiencies for businesses.
No help dealing with Trump’s Section 232 tariffs on steel and aluminum exports.