The provincial government is hoping that NAFTA talks will continue until a deal is done.
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland returns to the bargaining table this week with U.S. officials to renegotiate NAFTA, with a handful of topics that neither side appears to be budging on.
She stresses that no deal is better than a bad deal.
Premier Scott Moe says Saskatchewan needs a NAFTA agreement. He says 55 per cent of our exports go to the US.
Moe made the comments ahead of his trip to China to discuss trade, as China is Saskatchewan’s second largest export customer. [ckrm]