His priorities should be: protecting NAFTA, Keystone approval, and a softwood lumber deal.
Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland speaks to U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman at the North American Leaders' Summit in Ottawa last summer. They are negotiating a new softwood lumber deal. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright
No matter who is elected to the White House every four years, whether Republican or Democrat, the government of Canada has only one job: to defend Canada’s interests.
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