The United States needs to show more flexibility toward resolving "core" issues if it expects to get an agreement on the controversial trade deal sometime this spring, before looming political uncertainties set in, Canada's chief NAFTA negotiator said on Wednesday, March 28, 2018.
The top U.S. trade official says he's optimistic a NAFTA agreement could be reached soon, with all sides racing against the clock to complete negotiations before political uncertainties set in this spring.
U.S. President Donald Trump has tweeted no fewer than 17 times that his campaign did not collude with Russians, usually making that point with an exclamation mark for emphasis, and often in all caps: "NO COLLUSION!"
U.S. President Donald Trump has just regaled another audience with a tall tale involving Canada, this one about a conversation involving the Keystone XL pipeline he insists never happened. Spoiler alert: it did happen, in his office, with cameras present to record it.
The controversy over Facebook data gathering has a Canadian backstory far older than the adventures of the young whistleblower from British Columbia who worked for the contentious firm Cambridge Analytica.
Kat Schamel did not vote in the last American election, because her 18th birthday happened to fall on Nov. 9, 2016, one day after Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. She promises she won't let it happen again.
A potential breakthough to an impasse over automobiles has created a new sense of optimism in the NAFTA negotiations, with different players Tuesday declaring themselves more hopeful of a deal than they have been in some time.
U.S. President Donald Trump's new top economic adviser's views on trade will likely thrill Justin Trudeau — so long as he's willing to overlook some of his other views: specifically, those involving the prime minister himself.
Western countries weighed punitive actions against Russia following a chemical attack in England, which has heightened international tensions with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau describing the act as despicable on Wednesday, March 14, 2018.
Deep in the heart of rust-belt Trump country, in a congressional district where Democrats didn't even bother running a candidate in recent elections, and were clobbered by 28 percentage points the last time they tried competing, you could hear the rumblings of a potential political earthquake.