In first UN address, President delivers ‘America first’ speech also taking aim at Iran, Venezuela and Syria
Sep 19, 2017
Canadian Ambassador to the U.S. David MacNaughton dismissed the five-year proposal in a panel discussion
Sep 14, 2017
Canadian government hopes added domestic pressure will help pave way for softwood deal
Sep 14, 2017
Some of the roughly half-million Canadians who call Florida home were among the residents riding out the storm, and a few spoke to The Globe and Mail about their experiences
Sep 11, 2017
Canadians vacationing in the Caribbean expressed frustration with what they see as the government’s tardy response
Sep 10, 2017
In hopes of avoiding the brunt of the storm, legions of people endure gridlock en route to Orlando from South Florida -- though weather-tracking models suggest Irma's epicentre could track up the centre of state
Sep 08, 2017
Countries agree on energy and cutting red tape for exporters, importers
Sep 05, 2017
So far, Canada’s strategy has been to make large demands such as including climate change into the renegotiated deal and stronger labour laws while Mexico has been waiting for the U.S. to show its hand. The U.S., on the other hand, has been light on specifics in its demands.
Sep 04, 2017
Ottawa's negotiators are pushing Mexico on its corporate-sanctioned unions, which are accused of negotiating collective agreements unfavourable to workers and targeting American right-to-work laws that allow workers in unionized shops to refuse to pay dues, draining money from unions.
Sep 03, 2017
Trump’s escalating threats against his southern neighbour have some officials suggesting they’ll leave renegotiations
Sep 01, 2017
Adrian Morrow covers U.S. politics from Washington, D.C. Previously he was The Globe's Ontario politics reporter. He's covered news, crime and sports for The Globe since 2010. He won the National Newspaper Award for politics reporting in 2016.