Canadians still sore as metal tariffs lingerOct. 6
Can Trump get USMCA through U.S. Congress?Oct. 8
U.S. lawmakers, industry and interest groups are withholding full-throated support for the deal until some details become clearer, such as how the new regional content and minimum-wage requirements for autos would be applied and enforced.
Trump's idea of victory: Rebuilding what he wreckedOct. 9
Toyota pleased Canada joined NAFTA 2.0Sept. 30
U.S., Canada reach framework deal to replace NAFTASept. 29
The new deal -- to be called the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement -- was reached Sunday and would protect Canada from possible American light-vehicle tariffs, strengthen intellectual property provisions and tighten rules of origin for auto production, American officials say.
Canadian auto, steel reaction to trade deal: From 'sigh of relief' to 'sold out'Oct. 1
Trump approves of new continental trade deal as winners, losers assessedOct. 1
NAFTA: Mexico says Canada can still join trade pact after deadlineSept. 28
NAFTA: Canada sticks to plan to stay at talks despite Trump attackSept. 27
The prospect of an updated NAFTA appeared to dim Wednesday after Donald Trump blasted Canada's stance and threatened to impose tariffs on cars imported from Canada. But a Canadian official says a "fair deal is still very possible."
NAFTA: Trump tees off on Canada, knocks Freeland, threatens tariffsSept. 27
President Donald Trump let Canada know how he really feels Wednesday — sharpening his tariff threat, calling out Chrystia Freeland and claiming he denied Justin Trudeau a bilateral meeting, all because of the federal government's hard bargaining on North American trade.
NAFTA: U.S. won't wait for Canada, Lighthizer saysSept. 25
NAFTA: Trudeau says new deal not guaranteedSept. 26
Canada's envoy to the U.S. put the odds of a new NAFTA by the end of this week at 50 per cent. But, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau indicated it was possible the trio of member nations might fail to conclude a new pact all together.