NAFTA, Impeachment: A Donald Trump doubleheader

Allen Abel in Washington: It really was the best of times and the worst of times for the U.S. president on Tuesday

Chrystia Freeland to sign new NAFTA deal with U.S., Mexico

U.S. ratification has been stalled for months

Make milk great again

Corey Mintz: Who has a bigger crush on Canada’s dairy farmers, Justin Trudeau or Andrew Scheer? Let’s compare their love letters to milk.

America cuts off its supply chain to spite its face

Tabatha Southey: The reality TV president’s latest creation, Trade Wars: Endgame, is a chaotic, self-indulgent exercise in nostalgia

What happens if U.S. Congress fails to pass the new NAFTA deal?

The consequences for Canada could be bad—very bad, say experts. But not every scenario is bleak.

An inside look at how to win in Trump’s Washington

Canada’s ambassador to the United States, David MacNaughton, talks to Paul Wells about dealing with Donald Trump, saving NAFTA and duck hunting on election day

Save NAFTA? Check. What’s next for Canada’s top trade negotiator?

Steve Verheul was away from home constantly during NAFTA talks. But he’s been putting the business back into business travel—just ask the Americans.

Brian Mulroney: From scandal-adjacent elitist to magnanimous statesman

The former PM has been working hard to improve his legacy. It just might be paying off, writes Anne Kingston

Canada’s next NAFTA ‘charm offensive’ won’t look like the last one

Canada’s pro-trade pressure campaign used to target mainly Republicans. With Democrats in control of the House, that now needs to change

Yes, you can watch Super Bowl ads in Canada this year—but it might be the last time

A new free trade deal, a by-the-book regulator and a lumbering Supreme Court might soon change the rules—but not yet

Liberals enjoy strong support for their renegotiation of NAFTA

A new Maclean’s-Pollara poll finds the gains, going into an election year, are biggest in Ontario, and seem to take USMCA off the table for Tory attacks

What a Democrat-controlled House means for the new NAFTA deal

Canadian officials believe that Trump’s USMCA will proceed as planned, but a more tense, polarized Washington carries economic implications