The federal Liberal government is determined to rekindle intensive talks on a new continental trade pact this summer - even though President Donald Trump says he won't sign a renegotiated NAFTA until after the US midterm elections this fall.
The federal government is still expecting NAFTA talks to accelerate this summer even though U.S. President Donald Trump says he's in no rush to sign a deal until after the U.S. midterm elections this fall.
As temperatures and tensions increase, the measures targeting Can$16.6 billion (US$12.6 billion) in U.S. steel, aluminum and consumer goods will take effect on Sunday, when Canadians celebrate a national holiday and just days before Americans celebrate Independence Day amid a heatwave expected in both countries.
The president's tweet came as the US faces escalating trade disputes across the world, including with key USA allies, over the Trump administration's tariffs.
In the interview on Fox News Channel's "Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo", Trump again threatened to impose tariffs on imported cars, trucks and auto parts, saying, "The cars are the big ones".
Trudeau was speaking on the front steps of Highbury Canco with CEO Sam Diab.
"The two leaders agreed to stay in close touch on a way forward", it said. "It is fair and measured response", said Goodale.
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In a tweet, Trump boasted that his efforts to renegotiate trade pacts are "coming along very well".
Angela Egan said she feels Trump is trying to "bully" Canada into submission.
"I think if you stand up to him, he'll back down".
"I have made it very clear to the president that it is not something we relish doing but it is something that we absolutely will do", he said.
Ian Cross of Prince Edward Island said he does not believe Canada-U.S. relations are being damaged too deeply by the current trade spat.
"I don't see how (Trudeau) is going to get this done", he said. Everybody has to go through different arguments and discussions.
Sounding a little hoarse, but still energetic, after his cross-country day of speech making, the prime minister said it was great to be back in the Yukon.