President Trump Holds News Conference To Discuss New US-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal

Trump wins, but not enough for Trudeau to lose

Andrew MacDougall: Trump needed a win even when the U.S. wasn’t losing. And now he has it. Trudeau, meanwhile, can walk away with his fist raised.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Speaks At The Canadian Consulate In New York

Justin Trudeau speaks on new NAFTA: Live video

After Donald Trump spent about an hour praising the new continental trade deal, the PM and his foreign minister take to a podium in Ottawa
Justin Trudeau Donald Trump

How NAFTA was saved: The bitter fight and the final breakthrough

It started with a demand from Donald Trump and seemed like a zero-sum game. John Geddes on the long, divisive fight and the last minute deal.
Chrystia Freeland Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal Robert E. Lighthizer

The new NAFTA: This is every chapter in the agreement

The new agreement between Canada, the U.S., and Mexico includes 34 chapters and 12 side letters. There’s lots of fine print.
United States President Donald J. Trump Departs White House

Donald Trump speaks on new NAFTA: Live video

After more than a year of punishing NAFTA renegotiations, Donald Trump comments on the new agreement in principle from the White House

Chrystia Freeland’s most important sparring partner isn’t Donald Trump

The U.S. president says he doesn’t like Canada’s foreign minister, but the more interesting dynamic is the contrast between Freeland and Robert Lighthizer, Trump’s trade czar

Canada backed America’s ’War on Drugs.’ That’s a mistake.

Opinion: As tense NAFTA negotiations continue, the Prime Minister foolishly backs one of America’s most destructive policies against his own and the national interest
Dr. Christine Blasey Ford And Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh Testify To Senate Judiciary Committee

Christine Blasey Ford, Chrystia Freeland and a bunch of angry men

Scott Gilmore: In both the NAFTA negotiations and the Kavanaugh case, there has been a stark contrast in behaviour between the sexes

Could this officially be the beginning of a post-NAFTA era?

Sept. 26: Canadian officials are seriously mapping out two bilateral deals, New Brunswick’s re-elected Liberal Premier is done for, Trump gets roasted—by himself.

NAFTA’s future is uncertain, but here’s one plausible scenario

Negotiations might be about to go on hiatus...until 2019, and separate U.S. deals with Canada and Mexico loom as a very possible outcome