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“The prime minister … raised it with President Biden.They committed to talking about it, working closely on the issues new daily email newsletter.,” Freeland told CBC News Network’s Power & Politics in an interview airing today.?
“When it comes to buy America, and protectionism from the U.S. overall, this is not a new thing for any Canadian government and I can tell you it is not a new thing for our government. It is something we know how to deal with, we know how to push back on.”