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Globe and Mail reporter Adrian Morrow.

Globe and Mail reporter Adrian Morrow.

Adrian Morrow

Washington correspondent

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U.S. goes hard on demands, soft on specifics in NAFTA talks

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

Canada demands U.S. end ‘right to work’ laws as part of NAFTA talks

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

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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.



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