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The foreign affairs minister said the outlines of a deal are in place.
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He called the softwood dispute an "emotional" issue.
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A union president described the U.S. tariffs as a "slap in the face" to fair trade.
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A negotiated settlement on softwood expired in 2015, triggering the latest round of tariffs.
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The duties represent an additional $1.7-billion cost to the industry.
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Jobs will be lost. Lives will be disrupted. Families and their communities will struggle. The cuts that result from these tariffs could have lasting impact, which will still be felt across this country by the time the next federal election comes along. This is about protecting and saving thousands of jobs across Canada.
The U.S. has slapped tariffs as high as 24 per cent on Canadian lumber.
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Sources say the threats are a one-off measure.
"Canada's been rough on us? Come on."
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The U.S. is imposing duties of up to 24 per cent on Canadian lumber imports.
Batten down the hatches, British Columbia.
"At some point you’ve got to stop backing up."
Duties will be collected retroactively, too.