Canada must rethink trade strategy after a half-century of U.S. special access

With NAFTA talks on the rocks, this underscores Canada’s need to quickly diversify trade away from the U.S.

Left, prime minister Lester Pearson and U.S. president Lyndon Johnson sit on a couch at Mr. Johnson's Texas ranch on Jan. 15, 1965, the night before they signed the Canada-U.S. Auto Pact, the first of a series of trade deals between the two countries.
LBJ Library photograph by Yoichi Okamoto

PUBLISHED :Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017 12:00 AM

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