“[T]rade wars are good, and easy to win” says a tweet from President Trump. Recent developments between the US and China put this to the test.
Canada appears to have dodged a protectionist bullet, as one of only two countries to receive a provisional exemption from steel and aluminum tariffs set to rip into America's trading relationships…
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau spoke by phone with President Donald Trump on a day the United States revealed it might use the threat of tariffs as a negotiating tactic to force a quick NAFTA deal.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland described the idea of tariffs on Canada as "absolutely unacceptable."
During a lengthy session with reporters, Trump complained about countries considered allies of the U.S.
Facing scores of his fellow Republicans publicly pleading with him not to cancel NAFTA, U.S. President Donald Trump refrained from his oft-stated threat to scrap the continental pact while promising…
It's a great time for Canadian startups to attract top talent from south of the border as the U.S.
As companies scour the globe for markets that are both financially and physically safe to explore, Invest Ottawa says it’s helping local companies capitalize on shifting political tides.
President Donald Trump's surprisingly caustic complaints about trade with Canada in recent days could be setting the stage for a broader renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agr
The United States has fired the opening shot in a latest softwood-lumber war against Canada, with the Trump administration announcing its first batch of duties on imported wood in the neighbourhood…