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Justin From Canada Attempts Backup Option for Trade Mistakes, Fails Miserably...

NAFTA is as precarious as a slow-spinning plate on a stick. Mexico and Canada are both  taking half-hearted turns recharging the momentum – while simultaneously looking for trade options due to, well,.. 979 more words

Canadian lumber producers in high spirits as strong demand expected to boost prices

Softwood lumber duties aren’t dampening the spirits of Canadian lumber producers as strong demand from rising U.S. housing starts and tight supply is expected to keep prices high throughout 2018. 318 more words


'Fiendishly complex' auto sector still the hardest NAFTA hurdle to clear: Freeland

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says the automotive sector remains one of the biggest stumbling blocks in the renegotiation of NAFTA, calling it “fiendishly complex.” 467 more words


We’re very NAFTA dependent, says Bank of Canada governor | World Economic Forum

Bank of Canada Governor Stephen S. Poloz talks about the central bank’s strategy on interest rates, with comment on NAFTA.

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 Every day in our House of Commons, MPs stand and spout the word “democracy” over and over and occasionally – very rarely actuality – “sovereignty”. 1,074 more words

Conrad Black: Trump doesn't care about Canada. Let's not overplay our NAFTA hand

It is premature to draw conclusions from what is known of the NAFTA discussions, but the U.S. side, according to my informants, was not convinced in the early stages of the negotiations that Canada wanted free trade between the United States and Canada to continue. 1,451 more words

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