Canada-EU trade

As Europe wavers on CETA, Trudeau promises to drop Bulgarian visa

Bulgaria still doesn't meet Canada's minimum threshold for visa rejections, one of the factors it uses to determine visa-lifting.

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrive at a press conference in the foyer of the House of Commons on Thursday. Mr. Trudeau had strong words for his European peers, when asked about the controversy in Europe over the CETA. 'It is time for Europe to decide what the European Union is for,' he said. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti


PUBLISHED : Thursday, Oct. 13, 2016 1:58 PM

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