Situation in US complicated; still too early to tell whether that will be necessary.
Mexican and U.S. officials reached an accord late Friday that calls on Mexico to crackdown on migrants in exchange for Trump backing off his tariff threat.
Tactics on display in social media respond to an economic and diplomatic emergency.
Trump’s Republican allies warn the tariffs on Mexican imports will hit US consumers and harm the economy.
Ongoing softwood lumber dispute and future U.S. plans for tariffs on uranium imports will also be raised in meeting.
But only 20 sitting days left in the parliamentary calendar before the House of Commons rises for the summer.
You can compete and win despite global trade disruptions.
Freeland to brief the federal cabinet soon on plans to table the necessary ratification bill.
President’s tunnel vision alienates Western allies who have common cause in the challenges posed by China.
Close to an “understanding” about finally lifting the 25% duty on steel and 10% levy on aluminum imports.
New law requires secret-ballot union votes and proof of workers’ consent for contracts.
Rising doubts about the real impact of the agreement as political roadblocks to ratification pile up in all three countries.
Formal ratification is uncertain amid political jockeying in and between the US and Mexico.
Foreign minister pressed U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for tariff removal during their Wednesday-night meeting in Washington.
Clock is ticking in Canada’s Parliament as June ratification deadline looms.