Each side digs in deeper after a White House meeting between Trump and Democratic leaders ends abruptly.
They say no, none have discussed the wall with the president.
White House has rejected the Democrat package, Republicans who control the Senate are hesitant to take it up without Trump on board.
Associated Press examines his statements on Twitter and at a Cabinet meeting about immigration and other matters.
With BC increase, no longer necessary to stay competitive with other western provinces.
NDP government plans to block construction of the proposed Trans Mountain pipeline.
Unpredictability for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, shale gas development and Site C hydro dam.
Concerned about jobs at steelmaker Evraz in Regina, which is to build the pipe for Trans Mountain.
Saskatchewan premier noted the US has a trade surplus with Canada.
Saskatchewan premier describes relationship as an integration of both nation’s economies.
Saskatchewan premier to promote NAFTA and highlight the $1.4-trillion trade relationship.
Wall says Trump is now talking creating jobs in North America, not just the US.
Province facing a big drop in revenue from oil and gas, potash and uranium.
Wants an equivalency agreement similar to Nova Scotia’s that will extend the use of coal-fired electrical plants beyond the deadline.
Saskatchewan premier said it means fewer jobs, less pay for those working in resource industries.