Trudeau says Canada is ‘ready for any­thing’

Metro Canada (Edmonton) - - Canada -

PM Justin Trudeau is ac­knowl­edg­ing that the North Amer­i­can Free Trade Agree­ment could be in trou­ble. Trudeau wrapped up his visit to Washington on Wed­nes­day by say­ing that he con­tin­ues to be­lieve that rene­go­ti­at­ing and re­new­ing NAFTA is the best op­tion for all three coun­tries. How­ever, he sug­gested that the fed­eral Lib­eral gov­ern­ment is brac­ing for the worst. “I think it’s been clear that cir­cum­stances are of­ten chal­leng­ing, and we have to be ready for any­thing - and we are,” Trudeau said.

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