An end to tariffs on steel and aluminum was not part of the USMCA.
Prime minister says Canada’s current rates continue to be competitive; corporations look at other criteria when deciding where to invest.
Worries exist over whether political advocacy groups will collude with parties.
Trying to solve a problem with the wrong solution will inevitably lead to failure.
A byelection has yet to be called for the riding the NDP leader hopes to win.
Trudeau says despite “reciprocal” clause in deal, Canada can do business with whom it pleases.
Accused the Liberals of gaining no new ground and making concessions in the auto, dairy and pharmaceutical sectors.
Employers and labour groups divided on the issue of drug testing.
Ontario premier and Alberta opposition leader spearheading a growing opposition to the feds’ carbon scheme.
Program would also help jobseekers who exhaust regular EI benefits and heading towards welfare.
Peter Boehm will represent Ontario and Paula Simons and Patti LaBoucane-Benson fill vacant seats in Alberta.
Trudeau said conversations with the industry are already underway to determine what fair compensation will look like.
$40-billion joint venture that includes a gas liquefaction plant in Kitimat.
Tories accuse Trudeau of “capitulating” to US President Donald Trump as united NAFTA front collapses.
More access to dairy but Canada saves dispute provision, accommodation reached on Section 232 tariffs.