âThe opposition will be confined to quibbling around the edgesâ to avoid looking like theyâre siding with Donald Trump, says Prof. Robert Bothwell.
Trudeau is now a little less vulnerable to the opposition argument that he is a poor economic manager. But he wonât have time to rest on his laurels, as many businesses gear up for a fight against Bill C-69.
Given the U.S. presidentâs paranoid view of international dealings as commercial warfare, the new NAFTA deal reached this week was about as good an outcome as could be expected for Ottawa.
Meanwhile, Graham Flack and Chantal Maheu have been tapped to fill Louise Levonian and Lori Sterling's former positions at Employment and Social Development.
The idea that Canadaâs military sacrifice in U.S.-led missions brings Canada benefits in other parts of the relationship rings hollow, NAFTA talks show.