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Policy Briefing: Canada-U.S. partnership
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

Trudeau must get results for Canadians

His priorities should be: protecting NAFTA, Keystone approval, and a softwood lumber deal.
‘It won’t be a bromance,’ but there is potential for a constructive relationship, say analysts.
Those who understand American politics know that if you want to have influence, you must build alliances and share information long before issues get to Congress.
Opinion|Tracey Ramsey
Last week’s election opened a conversation in Canada about the fact that people are tired of establishment economics and unfair trade deals, writes Tracey Ramsey.
Opinion|Carlo Dade
Washington, shmoshington. Canada dominates all-important state-level diplomacy, but risks squandering that just when it is crucial.
Trump has accused China of undercutting American suppliers by selling off its steel at bargain basement prices.
‘We’re going to hear a lot more about Buy America in the coming months,’ says one trade group rep.
The heavy lifting on the Keystone XL pipeline has already been done on both sides of the border.
While there are obvious areas of disagreement with the Trump administration around climate change, we need to find areas where we can work together, writes Colin Robertson.

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