Proclaims the newly forged US-Mexico-Canada Agreement as the biggest trade deal in the history of the United States.
Tories accuse Trudeau of “capitulating” to US President Donald Trump as united NAFTA front collapses.
A chapter on the environment, but critics such as the Council of Canadians call it weak and unenforceable.
Increase is directly attributable to the trade deal.
One of the biggest wins is the deal the exempts a percentage of eligible auto exports from tariffs: president of Global Automakers of Canada.
Group says greater market access and elimination of competitive dairy classes will shrink the Canadian industry.
More access to dairy but Canada saves dispute provision, accommodation reached on Section 232 tariffs.
US farmers get more access to the Canadian dairy market, but NAFTA dispute-resolution process stays.
The federal government must act quickly on three fronts if it is to head off economic disaster.
US president also complained about Canada’s negotiators; doesn’t like Freeland.
Talks remain deadlocked over issues like dispute resolution and access to Canada’s dairy market.
Canadian PM invokes Nelson Mandela in speech on global challenges; talk of NAFTA on UN General Assembly sidelines.
Request will help protect the rights of Canadian producers if the North Pacific Paper appeals the ITC ruling.
Pressure grows to reach a deal by the end of the month when Lighthizer must make public a copy of the agreement with Mexico.
Competing claims an example of the animosity between the two countries since Mexico reached its own NAFTA deal with the US.