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Reopening the North American free-trade agreement would put Canada in the crosshairs of a U.S. president bent on "making America great again" at the expense of its trading partners.

But it's also a chance for Canada to put some long-standing grievances of its own on the table.

Republican Donald Trump won an upset victory in Tuesday's U.S. presidential race after promising to take a much more muscular stand on trade and to repatriate millions of U.S. manufacturing jobs. Among other things, Mr. Trump said he'll walk away from NAFTA unless he can get a better deal for U.S. workers.

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