Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 2:45 AM ET

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 2:45 AM ET

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National Audio 2:45 AM ET

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NAT005 - (Commons-Returns) OTTAWA. x-30s. (Terry Pedwell) Fresh off a campaign-style national tour, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gets back to business in Ottawa today, where he'll face a carbon tax protest and an Opposition worried about how Donald Trump will affect Canada's bottom line. (SOURCE:The Canadian Press) --

NAT006 - (Commons-Returns) OTTAWA. x-19s. Fresh off a two-week, campaign-style, cross-country tour, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau gets back to business in Ottawa today. And Canadian Press reporter Terry Pedwell says Trudeau will have a lot on his plate -- not the least of which is what to do about Donald Trump. ("..especially trade.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press) -- TAG: Trudeau has said he wanted to connect with average Canadians on the two-week tour and hear their concerns. But the Conservatives describe the tour as a series of selfie photo ops, and say it's time to get back to work. --

NAT007 - (Commons-Returns) OTTAWA. x-21s. Members of Parliament return to Ottawa today for the first time since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the new U-S president. And a big concern for our government is how to deal with Trump's protectionist administration, especially over trade. Interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose says the government shouldn't shy away from re-opening the North American Free Trade Agreement, because it's time the deal was updated anyway. ("..improved in NAFTA.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press) -- TAG: As a backdrop to the session's return, protesters will be on Parliament Hill today, opposed to any government plan to tax carbon as a way to curb greenhouse-gas emissions. --

NAT008 - (Commons-Returns) OTTAWA. x-10s. Fresh off a campaign-style, cross-country tour Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberal government gets back to business in Ottawa today. And Trudeau will have a lot on his plate -- not the least of which is what to do about Donald Trump's protectionist administration. Interim Conservative Leader Rona Ambrose says it's high time for the prime minister to tell Canadians how he'll deal with Trump, especially over trade. ("..of the border.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press) -- TAG: Trump has signalled that he wants to re-negotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. Trudeau has said he's prepared to talk, but hasn't said yet what he thinks needs to be improved in the agreement, and what Canada can do without. --

NAT009 - (Commons-Returns) OTTAWA. x-18s. Members of Parliament return to Ottawa today for the first time since Donald Trump was inaugurated as the new U-S president. And a big question is how the Trudeau government will respond to Trump's move to re-open the North American Free Trade Agreement. N-D-P Leader Tom Mulcair says the Liberal government needs to match the rhetoric and actions taking place south of the border, and be a little more protectionist toward saving and creating Canadian jobs. …

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