Striking GM Canada workers struggle with NAFTA realitiesSept. 25
A lot has changed for Canada's autoworkers since 1996, the last time there was a strike against an automaker. Those on the picket line at GM's Chevrolet Equinox plant in Ingersoll, Ont., say the time is right to take a stand.
Canada's NAFTA negotiator sees more movement than Unifor bossSept. 25
'No progress' made in NAFTA talks, Unifor President Jerry Dias saysSept. 24
Jerry Dias, head of the union Unifor and adviser for the Canadian government, says there's been “no progress” in NAFTA talks and that he expects the U.S., Mexico and Canada to walk away from the table.
U.S. study argues for tougher rules of origin under NAFTASept. 22
Seeking to bolster its case for tougher rules of origin under NAFTA, the Trump administration released a new study that shows U.S. value-added content is declining for manufactured goods imported from Mexico and Canada.
Canadians anxiously await U.S. NAFTA proposal on auto content rulesSept. 22
Canada's auto industry is anxiously waiting to see if the next round of NAFTA talks will make clear American demands that vehicles must have "substantial" U.S. content to qualify for duty-free status.
U.S. expected to clarify its rules of origin demands in next round of NAFTA talksSept. 20
Rules of origin one of NAFTA's 'elephants in the room,' Mexico saysSept. 19
U.S. wants 5-year termination clause in new NAFTASept. 14
Top U.S. lawmakers say new NAFTA will be done by year's endSept. 12
Trudeau teams with labour in push for NAFTA reformsSept. 11
Amid gloom, NAFTA talks still 'robust'Sept. 11
The obsessive skepticism about the future of NAFTA is unfounded, says Eduardo Solis, president of the Mexican Automotive Industry Association. Still, he notes that "there's a lot of noise going around."