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House may need to sit in summer to pass new NAFTA deal, says Trade Committee chair

The election ushered in what is certain to be a period of uncertainty and discord unseen in Canada for years.
U.S. Democrats have raised concerns over labour and environmental standards in the NAFTA-replacement deal. MPs say Canada should hold off on ratifying the agreement before the U.S. does. The Hill Times file photograph
By Neil Moss      

With U.S. tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum now lifted, MPs say the door is open for Washington to make the first move to ratify the renegotiated North American trade pact.

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