The original NAFTA deal has landed back atop Donald Trump's hit list, with the U.S. president again declaring he intends to terminate the 24-year-old trade pact
As a nation that depends on exports for much of our prosperity, the renegotiation of NAFTA is critically important to our economy.
Accusations largely confirmed the worst-case scenarios the government had for the G7 summit in Quebec.
As one week packed with major economic and political developments comes to a close, another begins for the Trudeau government.
President Trump said the days of the U.S. being taken advantage of in trade deals "are over."
“[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.