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Brian Mulroney talks NAFTA as only he can

The former PM on why dairy can’t be sacrosanct, Tories shouldn’t slam Liberal NAFTA tactics, and Trudeau isn’t really boxed in
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Don’t kill supply management for Trump, kill it for us

Scott Gilmore: The defence of supply management is shamelessly insulting and costly. So why will no political party do the right thing?
Mexico's Secretary of Economy Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal, Canada's Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland and United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer attend a news conference on the NAFTA negotiations in Ottawa on Sept. 27, 2017

When it comes to NAFTA, deadlines are meaningless

Since the renegotiation began, red circles on the calendar have repeatedly come and gone. The reality: ’It will take as long as it takes.’
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Why did Donald Trump bring up the Chevrolet Impala?

The car he brought up amid high-stakes NAFTA negotiations has a long assembly history in Canada

Does Donald Trump even want a NAFTA deal?

With the trade negotiations called off until next week, the U.S. president’s talk and tactics loom larger than ever over these talks
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What Chrystia Freeland said after a tough week of NAFTA talks

Freeland on the state of negotiations: ’We’ve made good progress but there’s still work to be done’
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Last-minute NAFTA talks move into ’very intense rhythm’

High-pressure negotiations resume today in Washington as Canadian officials do battle over Trump’s demands
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Memo to future prime ministers: Some days you’ll hate this job

Paul Wells: A tendency to experience heartbreak on the job isn’t unique to this prime minister
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What will happen if Trump slaps a 25 per cent tariff on Canadian-made cars?

It would be ’pretty disastrous’ for this country, say experts. But Americans would pay a steep price, too.
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Can Trump shut out Canada and cut a trade deal with just Mexico?

Chrystia Freeland insists Canada has to sign, and a top trade lawyer says the White House lacks the authority—but Trump is blustering ahead