According to reports, the Trudeau government thinks President Trump will pull the U.S. out of NAFTA.
Canadian Perspectives on the U.S.
The debate about net neutrality primarily turns on the degree of competition among ISPs.
The U.S. Commerce Department ruled that Montreal-based Bombardier sold planes to Delta Airlines below the cost of production.
The president has said the U.S. always loses in Canada-U.S. dispute resolution proceedings.
The Trump administration recently imposed an anti-dumping duty on Canadian softwood lumber exports.
President Trump called Canada’s system of supply management for dairy products a "disgrace."
Canada’s lumber companies deny that softwood lumber exports are subsidized by so-called stumpage fees.
In reality, Canadian consumers have long put their financial welfare before their loyalty to Canadian-bred cows.
Resistance to marginal tax rate reductions in the U.S. may prevent a return to supply-side fiscal policies.