FREELAND TO USE SPEECH TO CALL ON CANADIAN PUBLIC TO SUPPORT NAFTA'S OVERHAUL

Chrystia Freeland will give a speech on Monday arguing that NAFTA's upcoming renegotiation will benefit a broad cross section of Canadians.

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