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While Freeland quickly signalled the move was a win for Canada, others noted that new U.S-imposed quotas on aluminum exports could trigger more retaliatory…

Freeland offers few answers as Trump administration levels strict new quotas on Canadian aluminum | National Post

Freeland offers few answers as Trump administration levels strict new quotas on Canadian aluminum | National Post

The federal government is celebrating the United States' decision to lift its 10 per cent tariff on Canadian aluminum, with Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland calling the tariffs a mistake from the beginning, and 'good news' for aluminum workers on both sides of the border. The federal government is celebrating the United States' decision to lift its 10 per cent tariff on Canadian aluminum, with Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland calling the tariffs a mistake from the beginning, and 'good news' for aluminum workers on both sides of the border.

Canada touts U.S. abandoning of aluminum tariffs, drops plans to retaliate | CTV News

The United States has hit the pause button on tariffs on Canadian aluminum, agreeing to withdraw current penalties — at least until after the presidential election in November. The move came as Canada was set to impose retaliatory measures that might have been politically inconvenient for President Donald Trump.The United States has hit the pause button on tariffs on Canadian aluminum, agreeing to withdraw current penalties — at least until after the presidential election in November. The move came as Canada was set to impose retaliatory measures that might have been politically inconvenient for President Donald Trump.

Moms' participation in the workforce is falling sharply, but the same isn't happening with dads.Moms' participation in the workforce is falling sharply, but the same isn't happening with dads.

COVID-19 Is Pushing Mothers Out Of The Workforce. Here's Why. | HuffPost Canada

While it’s not a permanent treaty, the Trump administration’s last-minute decision on Tuesday to call a ceasefire in its trade war with Canada over aluminum…

EDITORIAL: Sanity prevails in aluminum trade war | Toronto Sun

EDITORIAL: Sanity prevails in aluminum trade war | Toronto Sun

Details on longer-term recovery measures won't be revealed until an economic statement later in the fallDetails on longer-term recovery measures won't be revealed until an economic statement later in the fall

CANADA: Trudeau, cabinet ministers plot path through and eventually beyond pandemic - BayToday.ca

The threat of a federal election seems to be easing as the Liberal government prepares for a return to Parliament next week amid concerns Canada could already be heading into a dreaded second wave of the novel coronavirus.The threat of a federal election seems to be easing as the Liberal government prepares for a return to Parliament next week amid concerns Canada could already be heading into a dreaded second wave of the novel coronavirus.

Threat of fall federal election eases as COVID-19 cases continue to rise - Canada News - Castanet.net

Canada's foreign affairs minister says the federal government is still trying to cool its dispute with the United States over aluminum exports, but remains poised to retaliate if necessary.Canada's foreign affairs minister says the federal government is still trying to cool its dispute with the United States over aluminum exports, but remains poised to retaliate if necessary.

Canada hopes to avert new U.S. tariff war, but stands ready to fire: Champagne | CP24.com

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland vowed to preserve Canada’s reputation for sound fiscal management as her government considers the next steps to drive the recovery.

Freeland pledges 'prudent' fiscal policy in COVID-19 recovery push - BNN Bloomberg

Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland told to set debt targets to impose discipline on spending

Top bankers warn Ottawa about Canada’s spiralling debt | Financial Post

Top bankers warn Ottawa about Canada’s spiralling debt | Financial Post

New COVID cases in several provinces have reached numbers not seen since May and there have been long lineups at testing centres

Health minister hopeful Canada can avoid sweeping lockdowns during second wave | National Post

Health minister hopeful Canada can avoid sweeping lockdowns during second wave | National Post

The Trump administration said on Tuesday it will remove 10% U.S. tariffs on raw Canadian aluminum as long as imports of the metal stay below levels that are expected to "normalize" over the next four months.The Trump administration said on Tuesday it will remove 10% U.S. tariffs on raw Canadian aluminum as long as imports of the metal stay below levels that are expected to "normalize" over the next four months.

U.S. to remove tariffs on Canadian aluminum, Ottawa drops threat of retaliation | Reuters

'Let me assure Canadians that we understand the value of wise and prudent fiscal management and that is a policy our government will continue'

Fighting pandemic is government's top economic priority, above deficit concerns: finance minister | National Post

Fighting pandemic is government's top economic priority, above deficit concerns: finance minister | National Post

At home and abroad, there is a building consensus that Canada’s trade prospects are languishing

The Great Rethink: If Canada wants to stay a trading nation it needs to up its game | Financial Post

The Great Rethink: If Canada wants to stay a trading nation it needs to up its game | Financial Post

U.S.-Canada border shutdown likely to extend through November, Ottawa cool to more exemptions - sources

U.S.-Canada border shutdown likely to extend through November, Ottawa cool to more exemptions - sources

Ten positive cases of COVID-19 were reported in schools across the GTA on Monday, as some students headed back for their first day of in-person classe...Ten positive cases of COVID-19 were reported in schools across the GTA on Monday, as some students headed back for their first day of in-person classe...

'We are not out of the woods. We need to continue to remain vigilant,' says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 'The last thing anyone wants is to go into this fall in lockdown similar to this spring. And the way we can prevent that is by remaining vigilant.''We are not out of the woods. We need to continue to remain vigilant,' says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. 'The last thing anyone wants is to go into this fall in lockdown similar to this spring. And the way we can prevent that is by remaining vigilant.'

Sharing few details, Trudeau eyes setting out 'next steps' in cabinet retreat, continues calls for 'vigilance' on COVID-19 - The Hill Times

(Bloomberg) -- Canada’s largest lenders are warning Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government it doesn’t have carte blanche to run massive budget deficits, even though there’s some room for additional spending in the next couple of years.Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland held a call with chief executives(Bloomberg) -- Canada’s largest lenders are warning Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government it doesn’t have carte blanche to run massive budget deficits, even though there’s some room for additional spending in the next couple of years.Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland held a call with chief executives

Bank Chiefs Said to Warn Trudeau Against Spiraling Canada Debt

Canada plans to impose 10% tariffs on about $3.5 billion worth of U.S. products effective Wednesday, sources say

'Dollar for dollar, we will not back down': Retaliation on U.S. tariffs expected this week | Financial Post

'Dollar for dollar, we will not back down': Retaliation on U.S. tariffs expected this week | Financial Post

The deputy prime minister previously called the U.S. decision 'unwarranted' and said Canada would respond 'swiftly and strongly' with retaliatory tariffs valued at $3.6 billion.The deputy prime minister previously called the U.S. decision 'unwarranted' and said Canada would respond 'swiftly and strongly' with retaliatory tariffs valued at $3.6 billion.

Feds to unveil plan to tackle U.S. aluminum tariffs - National | Globalnews.ca

USTR statement Canada was set to hit the US with retaliatory tariffs today but this could change the state of play. The USTR said that trade in non-alloyed, unwrought aluminum is likely to normalize in the final four months of 2020 and will be removing tariffs retroactive to Sept 1. The 10% tariffs went into effect on August 15. By Adam ButtonUSTR statement Canada was set to hit the US with retaliatory tariffs today but this could change the state of play. The USTR said that trade in non-alloyed, unwrought aluminum is likely to normalize in the final four months of 2020 and will be removing tariffs retroactive to Sept 1. The 10% tariffs went into effect on August 15.

US backs down on Canadian aluminum tariffs. Removes them retroactive to Sept 1

Canada, which had been due to unveil retaliation measures, said "common sense" had prevailed.Canada, which had been due to unveil retaliation measures, said "common sense" had prevailed.

US backs off Canadian aluminium tariffs - BBC News

While Freeland quickly signalled the move was a win for Canada, others noted that new U.S-imposed quotas on aluminum exports could trigger more retaliatory…

Freeland offers few answers as Trump administration levels strict new quotas on Canadian aluminum | National Post

Freeland offers few answers as Trump administration levels strict new quotas on Canadian aluminum | National Post

The United States suddenly lifted its 10 per cent aluminum levy just hours before Ottawa was to unleash a suite of countermeasures.The United States suddenly lifted its 10 per cent aluminum levy just hours before Ottawa was to unleash a suite of countermeasures.

U.S. stands down on 10% aluminum tariffs imposed on Canada - National | Globalnews.ca

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Canada will unveil retaliatory tariffs on a range of U.S. goods on Tuesday after Washington moved to impose punitive measures on Canadian aluminum imports, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.Canada will unveil retaliatory tariffs on a range of U.S. goods on Tuesday after Washington moved to impose punitive measures on Canadian aluminum imports, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said.

Canada to unveil retaliatory tariffs on range of U.S. goods, Trudeau says - National | Globalnews.ca

The United States is standing down in its tariff dispute with Canada and lifting a 10 per cent levy on aluminum imported from north of the border. The office of the U.S. Trade Representative says it will lift the tariffs retroactive to Sept. 1 because it expects Canadian exports to “normalize” over the remainder of […]

U.S. abruptly reverses course, lifts tariffs on Canadian aluminum - CityNews Toronto

WASHINGTON, Wash. - The United States blinked Tuesday in its latest tariff dispute with Canada, lift...WASHINGTON, Wash. - The United States blinked Tuesday in its latest tariff dispute with Canada, lifting a 10 per cent levy on Canadian-made aluminum just hours before Ottawa was to let fly with a suite of countermeasures. The tariffs are being lifted retroactive to Sept.

U.S. stands down on aluminum tariff dispute - Winnipeg Free Press

Your Local News Network serving London, Windsor, Chatham, Sarnia and Midwestern OntarioThe United States has rethought its position on imposing a tariff on Canadian aluminum.

BlackburnNews.com - U.S. backs off aluminum tariff against Canada

The Trump administration moved to drop tariffs, reimposed just last month, on Canadian aluminum, a swift reversal of a policy that had drawn widespread criticism from U.S. businesses and dented U.S.-Canada ties.The Trump administration moved to drop tariffs, reimposed just last month, on Canadian aluminum, a swift reversal of a policy that had drawn widespread criticism from U.S. businesses and dented U.S.-Canada ties.

Trump Administration Moves to Drop Tariffs on Canadian Aluminum - WSJ

Ottawa warned that it would retaliate if Washington decides to reimpose the tariffs.

Canada drops retaliation plans after U.S. ends aluminum levies - POLITICO

Canada will unveil retaliatory tariffs on a range of U.S. goods on Tuesday after Washington moved to impose punitive measures on Canadian aluminum imports, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland will make the formal announcement at 3 p.m. ET (1900 GMT), her officeCanada will unveil retaliatory tariffs on a range of U.S. goods on Tuesday after Washington moved to impose punitive measures on Canadian aluminum imports, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said. Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland will make the formal announcement at 3 p.m. ET (1900 GMT), her office

Canada to unveil retaliatory tariffs on U.S. goods: PM Trudeau

The United States is standing down in its dispute with Canada over imported aluminum. The U.S. announced it hours before Justin Trudeau was set to speak.The United States is standing down in its dispute with Canada over imported aluminum. The U.S. announced it hours before Justin Trudeau was set to speak.

U.S. drops 10 percent aluminum tariff ahead of potential retaliation from Canada - 680 NEWS

On Monday, Quebec and Ontario provinces, the most populous in Canada and the hardest-hit by the pandemic, confirmed nearly 600 cases.On Monday, Quebec and Ontario provinces, the most populous in Canada and the hardest-hit by the pandemic, confirmed nearly 600 cases.

Justin Trudeau worried about uptick in coronavirus cases in Canada - world news - Hindustan Times

President Trump backtracked on his decision to reimpose 10 percent aluminum tariffs on Canada on Tuesday, hours before Ottawa was set to announce retaliatory measures.President Trump backtracked on his decision to reimpose 10 percent aluminum tariffs on Canada on Tuesday, hours before Ottawa was set to announce retaliatory measures.

Trump walks back aluminum tariffs on Canada | TheHill

President Trump backtracked on his decision to reimpose 10 percent aluminum tariffs on Canada on Tuesday, hours before Ottawa was set to announce retaliatory measures.President Trump backtracked on his decision to reimpose 10 percent aluminum tariffs on Canada on Tuesday, hours before Ottawa was set to announce retaliatory measures.

Trump walks back aluminum tariffs on Canada | TheHill