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Ross Wants to Start Redoing NAFTA By This Summer

The commerce secretary wants to move quickly to reopen talks -- but has little leverage to extract big concessions.

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Well done, Canada

The chief chaplain of the Canadian military appointed an advisor on indigenous religions.

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Scrapping NAFTA Will Wreak Havoc on Auto Industry Supply Chains

A generation after the landmark trade deal, automakers aren’t even sure how they could start to unravel cross-border manufacturing of thousands of components.

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Canada and EU Notch Rare Win for Free Trade

But CETA may be the last win they see for a long time.

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Canada’s Trudeau Speaks Softly and Carries a Nice Shtick

Now Trump has met with at least one other member of NAFTA.

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Trump and Asia, Deportations, and Oh, Canada: The Weekend Behind, the Week Ahead

Catch up on the top news stories you may have missed this weekend.

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Canada Signals Tougher Stance with Trump on Trade

Canadians prefer a trade war to rolling over.

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Even Free Traders Think NAFTA Needs an Update

The trade deal is an “old house that needs some work done,” says one of its architects.

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