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The president has hinted at a new Canada-U.S. deal.
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This is the first such opportunity since the deal came into effect in 1994, and we are not likely to get another for many years.
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Chapter 19 is reportedly a "red line" for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
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The leaders also discussed international security.
During the presidential campaign, Trump called NAFTA "a disaster."
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He made the announcement after a day rife with speculation that he could be on the verge of threatening to obliterate it.
Trudeau was responding to news that the U.S. plans to impose significant duties of up to 24 per cent on lumber imports.
She says many of Trump's backers need and want Canadian energy.
Trump may not want a fight — only a quick political victory.
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They've already spoken on the phone.
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Renegotiating NAFTA is job one for the Trump administration.
As if 2016 wasn't already a bad year for the Canadian dollar.
The government is signalling its approach if Donald Trump decides to renegotiate NAFTA.