Trump 'getting there' with NAFTA while pondering bilateral deal with CanadaJune 19
Canada mulls financial aid for auto firms in response to U.S. tariffs threatJune 18
U.S. auto tariffs would threaten 1 in 5 Ontario manufacturing jobs, study saysJune 18
A new analysis by TD Economics says that if the United States goes ahead with tariffs on auto imports it could cut Canadian economic growth by half a percentage point and threaten up to one in five Ontario manufacturing jobs.
Assessing the potential effects of Trump's tariffs on Canada's auto industryJune 18
No NAFTA unless U.S. tariffs are lifted, Canada tells TrumpJune 9
Trump torpedoes G7 effort to ease trade spat, threatens auto tariffsJune 10
President Trump threw the G7's efforts to show a united front on trade into disarray after he became angry with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and said he might double down on import tariffs by hitting the auto industry.
Canada agrees with U.S. that NAFTA talks to go on, but no date setJune 14
Freeland calls tariffs 'absurd' after meeting U.S. Senate committeeJune 14
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has reiterated Canada's strong opposition to the American president's steel and aluminum tariffs after meeting with the influential U.S. Senate foreign relations committee in Washington.
Ontario premier-designate Ford meets with industry reps on NAFTAJune 13
Canadian auto execs 'trying to take stock' of Trump threats, Twitter tiradeJune 11
Canadian automotive executives are assessing U.S President Donald Trump's latest threats and Twitter tirade directed at the Canadian auto industry. The Global Automakers of Canada said the rhetoric "hasn't been good or helpful."
Trump tariffs could sink Canada's auto industryJune 12
Donald Trump's heightened attacks on Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau are raising concerns that he might follow through on threats to impose auto tariffs, a move that could devastate the car industry in Canada and lead to higher prices in the United States.
NAFTA auto panel says 'craziness' of 'one-man wrecking ball' needs to stopJune 7
Worries about the escalating U.S.-Canada trade feud dominated the annual Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association Conference in Windsor, where experts called for certainty, level heads and an end to tariffs.