U.S.-Canada trade talks to resume next week
Talks between the U.S. and Canada ended Friday without a deal on a new North American Free Trade Agreement, but discussions are expected to continue next week, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Former Canada minister of affairs on Nafta talks, Saudi Arabia threat
Former Canada Minister of Affairs John Baird discusses the prospects for Nafta negotiations and the escalating tensions between Canada and Saudi Arabia with Bloomberg's Amanda Lang and Shery Ahn on "Bloomberg Markets."
Quebec Premier warns against a North American trade war
Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard discusses the U.S.-Canada trade tensions on "Bloomberg Markets."
G7 Summit; Spain's new government; Violence in Nicaragua
As the heads of state arrive in Canada, US isolationism is at the forefront of discussion. Is the US stronghold on global diplomacy about to break? The panel also touches on Italy and Spain, beginning two startlingly different paths of government.
France's Le Maire says Trump tariffs 'unjustifiable and dangerous'
French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire discusses President Donald Trump's decision to enact import tariffs on steel from Canada, Mexico, and the European Union, possible talks with the U.S over intellectual property theft, and his expectations for Italy's new government.
Trump to impose steel Tariffs on EU, Mexico, Canada
The Trump administration will impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum against the European Union, Canada, and Mexico as of June 1.
Barbara Bush laid to rest at George Bush Presidential Library
The hearse carrying the body of former First Lady Barbara Bush arrived at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum in College Station, Texas on Saturday afternoon (April 21). Cadets lined part the motorcade route as the hearse approached the museum. Earlier in the day, Bush was remembered for her dignity and wit at a funeral service attended by four former U.S. presidents, including Barack Obama and Bill Clinton, as well as former leaders of Canada and Britain.
From Brazil to Canada, the new odyssey for African migrants
Canada has become the new El Dorado for many African migrants, who have seen Europe and the United States close their borders. But they face a dangerous journey across South and North America. Every year, some of them die on their way to a better life, amid widespread indifference to their plight. For five months, our reporters followed Rosette and her family from DR Congo on this long, dangerous odyssey across ten countries.