Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018
Four provinces outperformed the rest, all while pricing carbon pollution.
Any nuclear early warning system is at best a fool’s game.
There have to be issues that are non-starters for Canada at the negotiating table.
In efforts to revamp the healthy eating guidelines, lobbying efforts suggest competing departmental priorities.
Creation of the new special committee required compromise via an agreement to make the group temporary, says its deputy chair.
The Liberal government has to strike the right chord on NAFTA, or Canadian workers will suffer.
As negotiators head to Montreal next week for the sixth round of negotiations, here's an overview of the issues in play.
However, losing the trilateral trade agreement could be an opportunity for the sector to evolve more deeply into a lower-carbon future.
The government's Feminist International Assistance Policy includes worthy and ambitious goals, but it takes money to get things done.
Trump’s unlikely ascension to the White House has proven that the traditional standards of measuring potential political success no longer need apply.
Western leaders have repeated the concept of Russian expansionism so often that it has now simply become an unquestioned fact. A closer look at Ukraine reveals something different.
It's not even clear U.S. President Donald Trump has the authority to withdraw from NAFTA, say trade experts, but that doesn't mean observers aren't contemplating the possibility of reinstating the Canada-U.S. Free Trade Agreement.
Questions remain over whether the U.S. president can withdraw from the trade agreement without support from the rest of the American lawmakers.
From ministers to negotiators to the behind-the-scenes civil servants, it's all hands on deck for the renegotiation of NAFTA, which heads to Montreal Jan. 23 to 28 for the sixth round.
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