An eventful week - The National Today

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President Donald Trump greets Prime Minister Justin Trudeau upon his arrival at the White House on Thursday. (Alex Brandon/Associated Press)

There is no doubt that this has been a great and busy week for the Canadian economy. And it is that politicians deal with everything from the Trans Mountain Pipeline decision to the new NAFTA agreement, so certainly, this week has been important.

An important fact to mention is that the Chamber closed the session today so that the parliamentarians begin to pack and take to the road. However, it should be noted that there is a real possibility that they will have to return and deal with the ratification of the new NAFTA agreement. And is that yesterday, Mexico became the first country to give the green light, but Canada wants to align its next moves with the United States. This way, it could explain why Justin Trudeau is having a quick meeting with Donald Trump today.

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At least twenty-five minutes in the Oval Office to talk about how to get Congress to participate with NAFTA and if the president could be willing to help Canada negotiate with China. That is, to get China to release the two detained Canadians without any real reason.

Thus, it is necessary to mention the expansion of TMX. And is that notoriously have happened millions of things this week in Canadian politics.

In this way, it is worth noting that this is the same week that the expansion of TMX obtained the view, Andrew Scheer launched his long-awaited climate plan, Michael Cooper supposedly made some derogatory comments, and yes, Doug Ford blew up his cabinet to make in the face of growing unpopularity and public frustration.

In addition, it is considered that we need to use tools before the elections to have the energy to overcome them, but we are not sure how long, because, given the political maneuver towards an election, you never know what is going to happen. Consequently, it could be said that for all those reasons and more, they will group some squad members around the large desk in Toronto and it will be debated.

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Source: Jonathon Gatehouse | The National Today — CBC News

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