The federal government released a list of six items to be banned by the end of 2021.
The prime minister is staying put in Ottawa, his office confirms.
He was appointed to the coveted role in 2016.
"We have very different perspectives."
Even large diversified mining companies are getting out of the business of coal.
"This had nothing to do with our NAFTA negotiation," the foreign affairs minister says.
The matter "continues to be of concern to Canadians," he says.
"We are having discussions around the interpretation of a variety of things."
Canada's U.S. envoy says the PM won't appear with the president unless tariffs are lifted.
The prime minister suggested USCMA could be ratified even if tariffs stay in place.
Investor-state dispute settlement was tempered in the USMCA, but the government needs to justify why it persists asking for it in other agreements.
It's easy to sit on the sidelines, or even further away, and make big pronouncements about what you'd get if you were at the table.
A dairy expert weighs in on commons misconceptions in the wake of USMCA.
"In the case of our country, we were trying to minimize the losses."
I had a front-row seat throughout the talks after being asked to be an adviser to the Canadian negotiating team.
Chrystia Freeland says the clause is no big deal.
Canada made concessions because we need access to the American market far more than they need access to our 36-million consumers.
On this episode: Canada gets a new trade deal, and tap water across the country gets ranked.
Long live NAFTA 2.0.
He denied any personal differences had hampered USMCA talks.