Seven ways Biden's trade policy could impact Canadian agriculture

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Opinion

There has been no shortage of topics and tweets to discuss regarding the Canada-U.S. relationship and trade across the border over the last four years, as President Donald Trump sought to shake up the status quo to the United States’ advantage. This included applying tariffs to Canadian exports in the name of national security, and forcing the renegotiation of NAFTA, which resulted in the USMCA being implemented earlier this year. On Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau started the Canadian government’s transition to working with a Joe Biden administration by calling the Democrat nominee to offer congratulations. The Prime Minister’s Office…

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