Sino-Canadian relations have plunged to a new low.
Federal money would help finance the $4.5 billion project to extend the city’s blue line by five metro stops.
Canada and the US tackling opioids could create goodwill on the trade front.
PMO said Canada received “broad” support from its European partners on the matter.
Chinese have refused to talk to senior Canadian government officials.
Trudeau and Trump found a new simpatico over their shared desire to see USMCA fully ratified
Trudeau government’s global reputation at risk over how Canadian companies do business abroad.
Mending fences with Trump could really help the Canadian PM.
Continental trade certainty and trouble with China will be on the agenda.
Canadian MPs are to adjourn soon for their summer recess, but could be recalled in the summer to deal with USMCA ratification.
Says interest groups trying to roll back women’s rights, politicians are giving into the public pressure.
He made his case at a gathering of civil society and government representatives from some 100 countries.
Ongoing softwood lumber dispute and future U.S. plans for tariffs on uranium imports will also be raised in meeting.
The two former ministers were removed from the Liberal caucus in early April.
Also cited the federal government’s investments in education and research as reasons for success.