Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland was on the Hill on Aug. 14 to brief MPs on the House Trade Committee about Canada’s goals in NAFTA renegotiations, the first round of which is set to start in Washington Aug. 16 to 20.
The Trump administration's negotiating priorities for the NAFTA suggest it wants to change things, but keep everything the same, says a former Bush adviser.
As the government enters the second half of its mandate, political implications of government policies might become a bigger part of lobbying strategies.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has restated Canadian opposition to sending personnel to the new U.S.-NATO effort in Afghanistan or to participating in the ballistic missile defence system, in the face of renewed calls from Washington for more support for alliance commitments.
Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan says the Liberal government has outdone its predecessors by producing the country's first 'fully funded' defence policy to provide sustainable, long-term funding for the Canadian Armed Forces.
The event was as extravagant as Indians are, and I mean that in a really good way.
Susan le Jeune d’Allegeershecque has 32 years of experience in the foreign service. Her previous postings include Washington, Paris, and Vienna.
Susan le Jeune d’Allegeershecque is the first female U.K. high commissioner to Canada.
Levon Martirosyan, Armenia's new ambassador, will soon arrive, and five new envoys will present credentials on Aug. 31.