Trudeau says despite “reciprocal” clause in deal, Canada can do business with whom it pleases.
Lead negotiator Steve Verheul and David MacNaughton, Canada’s ambassador to the US, back in action on Sept. 14.
Canada says no, insists the NAFTA pact must be a trilateral deal.
Interests are best served by sticking it out rather than stomping off and augmenting presidential drama.
Round one wraps, next sessions in Mexico and Canada in September.
Past suggests that it will be the British who will have to make the bulk of the concessions.
Union says company will present an offer that could end strike.
Union accuses parts makers of lack of commitment; and trying to force concessions
Will be bargaining for secure future investments and job security.
More wind power part of Ontario’s green energy plan. Photo: PLANT Stock TORONTO: The Korean Consortium that intends to build green power generating facilities in Ontario has begun negotiations with several established wind and solar power companies to expedite development…