But RBC is expecting an annual tax-positive benefit of US$150 million- to US$200-million going forward.
About 215 people to go, adding to the 340 job cuts from the factory in July.
Alleges US use of trade duties violates international law for five reasons.
Policy-makers in Ottawa face two dilemmas: whether to react to these ground-shifting tax changes, and how.
Focuses on protecting the homeland, promoting prosperity, peace through strength and advancing US influence.
Automakers frustrated with proposals the Trump team have put on the negotiating table.
Hopes to work out differences through negotiations to ensure steady growth of bilateral trade and economic ties.
Government is wary of imposing costly mandates on the automotive industry.
Trade supporters urged to raise their voices to help sway an internal debate within the White House.
Interests are best served by sticking it out rather than stomping off and augmenting presidential drama.
…And prepare for what business with US looks like without NAFTA.
Given a choice, Americans want workers trained to succeed in a globalized future over Trumpish bringing back old jobs.
Competitive issues and uncertainty point to smart tech and the future.
Head of the Commons foreign affairs committee wants to know if the US is serious about a deal.
Trump’s team describe panels as a sovereignty violation; foreign courts make judgments on how US law should be applied.