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The Harper government has named a group of eminent business leaders to an advisory panel that will help craft a new global commerce strategy to be released next year. International Trade Minister Ed Fast, in a speech Tuesday to the Canadian Chamber
The Canadian Trade Minister, Ed Fast, announced that a softwood lumber agreement between the U.S. and Canada will be extended for another two years. The agreement settled a long running dispute between the two countries. Both countries
U.S. confirmed Monday that they have extended the softwood lumber agreement signed in 2006 by two years, to 2015, a move that Canadian Trade Minister Ed Fast said would bring "much-needed stability and predictability" to the industry. The agreement,
Canada's new international trade minister had his first meeting Monday with his American counterpart, but Ed Fast provided few details about what was discussed despite new trade hostilities percolating between the world's two biggest trading partners.
Cities say they need serious federal help in integrating immigrants and ensuring they become productive contributors to society. A new paper from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities says it's not enough for Ottawa to focus on language training
T he appointment of Ed Fast as minister for international trade was one of the big surprises of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's new Cabinet. Those who know him don't have a bad thing to say about the new minister, arguing he is a hard worker with
Ed Fast may be the first International Trade Minister in Canadian history who's won an award for gospel music but colleagues say the B.C...One of nine new ministers appointed to Stephen Harper's majority government cabinet Wednesday, Mr. Fast