Trump has attempted to reach a compromise with Canada on numerous occasions, but he’s been rebuked by Trudeau every time. The latest holdup is over Trudeau’s insistence on protecting Canadian culture industries, but do you think the majority of consumers would really like to see less competition in the market?
For five weeks, top officials from both the United States and Mexico have logged many hours of face-to-face talks in Washington on the North American Free Trade Agreement. With signs of progress apparent, the high-level American-Mexican meetings stretched through the weekend.
But even with brightening prospects, Ottawa has remained absent from summertime discussions on a continental pact that’s deeply important for the Canadian economy. A timeline for Canada’s return to the table has yet to be mapped out.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will be travelling to Europe next week on a diplomatic mission that’s raising questions about whether Canada expects to return to the bargaining table soon for the three-country NAFTA talks.
U.S. President Donald Trump is suggesting Canada has deliberately been left on NAFTA’s sidelines as one-on-one talks heat up between Washington and Mexico.
Economist Daniel Stelter, has savaged Angela Merkel in an article for German magazine Cicero. Stelter says that Germany’s next generation will inherit billions of euros in debt and that Merkel and her government has destroyed a record amount of wealth.
In a briefing held with reporters in Ottawa on Thursday, senior officials from Environment and Climate Change Canada told reporters that the prospect of an ongoing trade war with the United States and considerations of how the federal plan could hit Ontario industries mean it’s possible the adjusted targets reported on Wednesday could shift again before they go into effect.
Several days ago I noticed a well-connected Canadian business analyst, Manny Montenegrino, had a considerable assembly of facts, examples, data-points and details to support his proposition that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was intentionally collapsing his own economy.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is shooting down an allegation from his predecessor that he is resisting making a NAFTA deal with the United States in order to reap the political reward of standing up to Donald Trump.
There’s no mention of any response, in any way, not even inferred, from President Trump. The report is uni-directional…. Justin is doing all the talking…. Meaning POTUS Trump is going silent and deep; which is his exact historic pattern. Not good news for Justin and Chrystia from Canada.
While the government has been trying to put a positive spin on things, Canada’s chief NAFTA negotiator let slip what’s really happening.
Many Canadians became incensed by the treatment of Prime Minister Trudeau in the wake of the recent G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec on June 8th and 9th.
“It was insulting to us, to Trudeau … we had enough”
Doug Ford is promising to act swiftly, to do something the people want and Justin Trudeau is vowing to stop it.
Perhaps setting up a fight that could severely hurt Liberal fortunes in the next federal election.
Trump called the tariffs “essential to preventing further unfair transfers of American technology and intellectual property to China, which will protect American jobs.”
Seventy percent of Canadians say they will start looking for ways to avoid buying U.S.-made goods in a threat to ratchet up a trade dispute between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Donald Trump, an Ipsos Poll showed Friday.
Imagine throwing a $600-million party and one of the guests leaves in a huff and then Twitter-trashes you all across the Pacific Ocean.