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Canada's statistics say sales in cannabis stores over the fortnight after legalizing a total of $ 43 million.

The agency started collecting data for internal sales and sales online by cannabis retailers, on October 17, when fresh, dry seed, fruit, oil, plants and seeds became lawful for recreational use in the country.

The first set of data released on Friday was part of the agency's wider monthly retail trade figures but covered two weeks, but will reflect the full month of reference in the future.

The Canadian statistics say that different provinces in every province and territory have affected the availability of cannabis across the country.

The agency will say that retail figures will vary as new stores continue to be underway and the market is evolving.

The lack of a recreational pot supply has been an ongoing problem since legality with First Minister Justin Trudeau has recently called for the lack of supply of the biggest challenge associated with the change. He noted, however, that he expected the problem to disappear within a year.

Edibles can not be sold legally, but Health Canada released Thursday's draft regulations for selling edibles. They will become legal no later than October 17, 2019.

The regulations, which request input from the public until February 20, would restrict the sale of cannabis brush, and packaging or labeling of beer or wine products together with cannabis.

Edible packs of more than 10 milligrams of THC, while quotes and journals may not exceed THC milligrams.

The regulations offer restrictions on ingredients that could make the products more appeal to children, as well as the need for plain and resistant packaging that shows a standardized cannabis symbol with a health warning.

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December 21, 2018 / 9:41 am | Story:
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Canada's groceries doubled on transforming themselves into destinations this year's time-time shoppers, distribution options, procurement of meals companies and adding restaurants in a shop.

Changing consumer demands and technology tittoes Amazon's acquisition of the Whole Food Market estimates groceries to develop, but experts say that only Canadians are shopping for food is just starting a transformation.

In the near future, users will order online on the automatic process; shop in smaller markets busy with experiences; and welcome technology in the store that facilitates shopping shows.

"Basically, grocery stores are still planned and built and managed and even measured in terms of productivity as they were in 1917," said Doug Stephens, founder Retail Prophet, counseling company.

That year, Clarence Saunders was filed for a US patent for "storage equipment or furniture and a system for arranging" to allow shoppers to take advantage of what they wanted instead of being delivered from & # 39; r after number, according to the patent application. His first such store opened, the original Piggly Wiggly, the previous year in Memphis, Tenn.

"Yet, as we all know, everything else in scope has changed dramatically as a result of technology," said Stephens.

"So, I think we're really really about a revolution."

Canadians feel more comfortable to book online. In September, retail e-commerce sales accounted for $ 1.4 billion or 2.8 per cent of all retail trade, according to the latest figures in the Canadian Statistics. That is a year-over-year increase of 16.9 per cent.

That will grow even more as Canada continues to reduce its southern neighbor in online sales, says Sylvain Perrier, CEO of Mercatus North Carolina, which helps supersets to use technology in well.

It predicts growth of two to three percent in online grocery sales over the medium term.

Canadians will start to overcome the fear of having a stranger choosing their fresh food – a barrier that stops the growth of e-commerce in a grocery – more widely, Perrier said. That comes because the country's groceries get better when getting a good quality product at hand.

Consumers are also creatures, says Stephens, with about half their purchases the same every time they visit the grocery store. Shoppers are likely to start buying these types of regular items – such as laundry or lambmered detergent – instead instead.

With increasing Internet coverage of things, interconnected equipment will place those orders for their human owners one day, he said.

Those creatures would have an extension of existing smart fridges – those that can show residents what they are in their fridge and urge them to order specific items through an in-screen screen, among abilities others.

Some auto-ordering products already exist. The Amazon dash buttons, which first asked for human tap, monitor supply levels in some items and automatically reset when the product, such as printer ink, runs low.

"50% of the things that we buy will come to us," said Stephens.

With more food stuffed online, the lower-ranking base in supermarkets will start to disappear, leading to smaller shops mainly selling fresh produce. These markets will endeavor to become destinations for shoppers, offering experiences to highlight consumers, says Stephens.

That trend is already taking shape with the so-called grocerants increase, where shops offer eating options that, depending on the store, can include sushi, bars full service and seafood cooked freshly selected from freezers in shops.

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December 21, 2018 / 9:37 pm | Story:
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Ford recalls more than 874,000 F-Series collection wires with an engine block heaters in the USA and Canada because they can hold a fire.

The retrieval includes some F-150 years 2015 to 2019, as well as 2017 through 2019 F-250, 350, 450 and 550.

The company says in documents published on Friday on the U.S. National Traffic Safety Administration website. water and contaminants can enter the heater cable and cause corrosion. That can cause small tables and possible fire. Machine block heaters heat the machines so that they can start and warm up faster in cold extremes.

The company says that the risk of fire occurs only when the block heater cable has folded into electricity.

Ford has received three fires report in Canada, but it was noted that no one was damaging the United States property in one event, but there were no reports of injuries, Ford said in a statement.

The vendors will check and seal the cable or replace the heaters if necessary. The record is expected to start in the United States on January 7.

Pickups Series F is the largest selling vehicle in the United States.

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December 21, 2018 / 9:01 am | Story:
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The manufacturing sector helped the Canadian economy to leave back in October to post a better growth than expected for the month to start the fourth quarter.

Canada Statistics said Friday, the economy increased by 0.3 percent in October compared to a 0.1 per cent compression in September to end the third quarter.

Economists had expected a 0.2 per cent growth in October, according to Thomson Reuters Eikon.

Senior economist TD Bank, Brian DePratto, said the Canadian economy had recorded a strong expansion for the month.

"The breadth of the expansion was particularly encouraging even when construction activity continued to be a weak point for a straight fifth month," DePratto wrote in a note to clients.

He said the breadth of growth will come in in the months and quarters.

"November saw the worst of the reductions on Canadian oil blends, and it is likely that weighing voluntary production will be an activity," DePratto wrote.

"This will be a general growth noise, even before compulsory production cuts come into force in January."

The government of Alberta has ordered oil production cuts to begin next year in an attempt to help increase the price obtained by Canadian producers.

Paul Ferley, chief assistant economist at the Royal Bank, stated that although the bounce in GDP growth was encouraging, it was not expected to be held.

"The activity in November is expected to be weighed by the Canadian Post strike and weakening in oil prices," Ferley wrote.

"It is anticipated that these factors, together with the disappointing momentum that go into Q4, will lead to an activity in the quarter only rising at an annual rate of 1.1 per cent."

Canada statistics reported growth in 15 of the 20 sectors that tracked.

The manufacturing sector has helped industries producing goods increase by 0.3 percent after a two-month reduction, while service generation industries also grow 0.3 percent, and their strongest show since month Mai.

The manufacturing sector grew by 0.7 per cent in October, with almost full conflicts in August and September. Meanwhile, the finance and insurance sector rose by 0.9 per cent, while the wholesale trade sector earned 1.0 percent.

In a separate report, Canada statistics reported that retail sales increased by 0.3 per cent to $ 51 billion in October, with more sales in motor vehicles and sellers of gasoline parts and stations.

Economists had expected a 0.4 per cent increase.

Sales in motor vehicles and part sellers up 1.3 per cent, while gasoline stations earned 1.9 per cent in October.

With the exception of these two sub-sectors, retail sales fell by 0.4 per cent.

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December 21, 2018 / 7:33 am | Story:
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A new Bank of Canada survey suggests that a general business feeling has weakened a bit, but it's still positive.

The central bank business forecast survey indicator dropped slightly, but it's still high because responses to almost all survey questions are above their historical averages.

The results of the survey come before the decision of the next central bank interest rate set for January 9 when it also releases its prospects to update it for the economy.

Over the next 12 months, the survey suggested that companies expect sales growth to be stabilized, while those associated with West Canada oil prices and housing in some regions are expecting to; The demand weakens or continues to be covered and sales growth is moderate.

The indicator of investment expenditure on machines and equipment showed a little back, but the survey found that intentions were still robust.

In general, plans to hire more employees remain broad and similar to the previous survey.

The survey was conducted based on interviews with senior managers of around 100 companies between November 5 and Nov. 28.

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December 21, 2018 / 5:30 a.m. | Story:
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Worldwide stock markets down Friday were growing concerns about the prospects for the global economy and continuing concerns about the speed of rising interest rates in the United States.

Many stock markets on track to the end of 2018 are more than 10 percent lower than it started, with some in fact ready to record their worst December since the 1930s. Over the last few years, stock markets in December have generally ceased to be strong, the "Santa Rally".

"Notes that we can be the monthly performance in March for US equity markets since the 1930s, it would be easy to think that we could be looking at further heavy discounts," said Michael Hewson, leading market analyst of GMS Markets.

"The truth is that we have ruined over the past nine years by constantly consistent markets without too much correction, and the possibility of further intensifying financial conditions will mean that investors will have to be much more informed about where they give their money as we come into 2019, "he said.

In the afternoon early, DAX Germany was down 0.4 per cent in 10,569 while CAC 40 France dropped 0.5 per cent to 4,670. The FTSE index of 100 leading British shares was 0.3 per cent lower at 6,689. The three main European market markets have had a difficult year, with the CAC and FTSE down 12 per cent or more, and the DAX is not far away from 20 per cent lower.

US stocks were set for further losses at the bell, with the future of the Dow and the future of S & P 500 below 0.3 per cent. Both indexes lead for their worst December since the Great Depression. That's so bad this month.

Over the past year, a number of issues have been stolen by investors, including the U.S-China trade factory. But as the year closed, there are concerns over the speed that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates next year has been great.

Earlier this week, the Faith raised interest rates for the fourth time this year and indicated that there was likely to be more increase next year. The investors were disappointed that the Chairman of the Federation of Jerome Powell failed to show more apparent slowdown in the speed of speed, giving concerns about the state of the United States economy.

Stock markets are struggling even as the US economy is on track to expand at the fastest pace in 13 years. However, markets tend to move forward which investors predict it will happen further.

Chinese markets have been at the forefront of concerns this year among trade tensions with the U.S. The Shanghai Compound Index has expired 0.8 per cent on Friday, leading to the main Chinese stock index to almost 25 per cent.

Nikkei refused 1.1 per cent on Friday ending the week at 20,166.19. That means that it's almost 13 per cent for the year. Hong Kong has hit the tension, finishing the 0.5 per cent higher session at 25753.

Stocks are not the only financial assets that record significant changes this month. Oil prices have dropped around 25 per cent of recent concerns during market clutter concerns. The shortage of the prospects for oil demand – given the expected slowdown in the global economy – has little help either.

On Friday, the New York benchmark rate down 1.4 per cent at $ 45.24 was bargaining while the international standard, Brent, had rejected 2.7 per cent, to $ 52.91.

In the energy markets, US quantities went to recycle 48 cents to $ 46.37 per barrel in electronic trading on the New York Trade Exchange. That came after the contract dropped $ 2.29 on Thursday to close for $ 45.88.

The dollar has also suffered some difficult days as investors try to measure the impact of the Fed's policy situation. On Friday, the euro dropped 0.3 percent at $ 1.1415 while the dollar dropped 0.1 percent to 111.19 yen.

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Alaska regulators have approved rules for eating on-site marijuana in specially designated stores, a significant step for the state cannabis industry after years of debate.

The Marijuana Management Board had gone back and forth on the issue since the passing of regulations in 2015 that considered allowing for the use on the site. Not until Thursday the board adopted rules on how the use on the site would work.

The rules require eating areas that are outdoors or separated from a retail store by walls and a secure door and meet ventilation requirements.

The proposal would continue to sell concentrations to use on the site. Local governments could vote to use a bar on site or some types of use, such as smoking.

Industry representatives supported the offer. But he supported public health advocates.

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December 20, 2018 / 9:35 pm | Story:
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President Tr Trump for federal and border government reserves led closer to closure as House Republicans approved a Thursday package with a $ 5.7 billion application which is almost certainly rejected by Parliament.

The White House said that Trump does not travel to Florida on Friday for Christmas holidays if the government is closing. More than 800,000 federal workers will face furloughs or force them to work without paying if a decision does not stop before the money ends at midnight.

The closing crisis could be one of the final actions of the majority of the GOP House before giving the Democrat control in January. The Congress had been on track to fund the government but they were lucky on Thursday when Trump revealed that, after being lost by conservative supporters, he would not sign a bill without the money. The Conservatives want to continue fighting. They warned that "caving" on walled pledges could repeatedly hurt his 2020 re-election chances, and other Republicans as well.

The House voted mainly along party lines, 217-185, after the leaders of the FP framed the vote back to Nancy Pelosi, who is committed to becoming the House speaker on January 3 and had warned Trump in Oval's TV office met on the last television the week he did not have the votes for the wall.

Trump drew attention to the vote on Twitter, saying: "Nancy does not have to apologize. All I want is GREAT BORDER SAFETY!"

Kevin McCarthy, Majority House Leader, R-Calif said: "Now we're finding a compromise. We have a time to do it now."

The government funding package, which covers nearly $ 8 billion in catastrophic support for coastal hurricanes and wild fairs of California, goes to Senedd, where its prospects are obvious in strong opposition from the Democrats. There are sixty votes to approve the bill there.

Parliamentary senators Mitch McConnell, R-Ky, warned Senators that they may need to return to Washington for a Friday vote.

Many parliamentarians have already left the town for the holidays. Senedd approved bipartisan bill at the end of Wednesday to keep the government temporarily fiscal, with border security at current levels, $ 1.3 billion, and there is no money for the wall. The House is expected to vote on it on Thursday.

The most likely possibility of Friday is that Parliament pulls the boundary wall out of the bill but keeps the disaster reserves and sent back to the House. Housing legislators said they were told to stay in town for more votes.

With Pelosi's support, the bill passed by Parliament is likely to have enough support for the approval of the House with voting mainly by democratic legislators, who are still minorities, and some Republicans.

Others were not as sure. "I do not see how we stop closing," said Representative who retired Dennis Ross, R-Fla.

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The Trump administration moved closer on Thursday to open thousands of miles within Llady National Wildlife National Arctic Alaska to lease oil and gas, publishing a draft report that brought to the conclusion the pole, caribou and other wildlife can share their unresolved safes safely with oil and gas producers.

The report released by the Land Management Office studied an environmental impact of opening between two thirds and 1.65 million acres (667,731 hectares) of coronary within the remote shelter for oil and gas leasing.

Release of the required environmental impact statement on Thursday indicates one of the last last actions in the post by Secretary of State, Ryan Zinke, a huge supporter of the oil and gas industry leaving office January 2 during ethical investigations.

In a statement, Zinke said the step towards opening the North Alaska Slope for the development of oil and gas moving towards "America-dominant energy".

A strong lease program in the desert area "helps us realize our enormous energy potential without harming our environment or life," said Senate Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, chairman of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee of Parliament, in another statement.

The environmental review of the administration acknowledged that the opening of coastal plants within the country's largest wildlife shelter would affect Native Alaska hunters, as well as caribou herds and other arctic animals and migrant birds that rely on the shelter.

The report came to the conclusion, however, that the leasing sales could "be done while balancing biological and ecological concerns".

President Donald Trump had demanded the Congress to include provision that is a sale and lease order within a wildlife shelter in the recent tax legislation. Trump said a friend had told us that every republican president since Ronald Reagan had tried and failed to open the wildlife shelter for oil and gas.

President Bill Clinton vetoed a GOP scheme to allow drilling in the refuge in 1995. Democrats ordered a republican motion similar a decade later.

Environmental groups accuse the administration of hurrying and process by, preventing a sufficient review of the risks of opening one of the most wildest US areas to oil and prospects gas and drill.

The official announcement of the environmental impact statement on Thursday opens a period of public review, which ends in February.

"The process set out in the plan is obstructed and absurd, denies good science and meaningful dialogue with stakeholders," said Jamie Williams, the head of the not-for-profit Wilderness Society, in a statement.

"Some places should remain unconscious for future generations", said Williams.

"This captures land, both pure and straightforward, and they would cause Native American people to be responsible for the effects of wildlife or damage," said executive director, Adam Kolton, or the Alaska Wilderness League.

The report explores wildlife and habitat that is at risk of opening the desert area.

For example, a populated local population of 900 polar bears uses the targeted area for the erection of cubes and hunting.

Pounding seismic tests for reserves of underground oil and gas can drive those leaves to give them up and cubes, the report recognizes.

Cattle would generally face increased risk of oil and chemical field leakage, traffic, and running in oil and gas and construction crews, the report warns.

"The potential for injury or deaths could be high in the development of new oil and gas projects in a polar habitat," said the report.

The risks are known and could be reduced, however, they come to the conclusion.

The Trump administration and congressional Republicans said the oil and gas leases would help pay for the Congress-approved tax cuts signed by Trump in December.

Other environmental groups and critics call hopes of any huge pay unfounded, identifying world-declined oil prices and high operating costs in the difficult Arctic land.

The administrative plan requires at least two large lease sales over the next decade of at least 625 square miles (1,618.75 square kilometers) each in the coastal piers of the shelter.

The legislation restricts surface development to 3 square miles (7.77 square kilometers).

However, the Land Management Office in its environmental review stated that it interpreted that restriction as if only applicable at any given time, "suggesting that oil and gas drilling sites could use more than 2,000 acres (809.37 hectares) over time.

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Unifor, president Jerry Dias, said General Motors will consider options presented by the union to keep the Oshawa assembly plant open and responding by January 7.

Dias met with senior officers of GM at their headquarters in Detroit Thursday to make the case that the plant should be kept open.

"Today's meeting was frustrating," said Dias at a press conference in Windsor following the sitting.

"But today's meeting, General Motors did not slam the door unilaterally either. They announced that they would listen to our proposals and that they would come back to us by the 7th of January, who will work with us to find a solution or not. "

Dias said the company had options, such as extending the life of the car lines produced in Oshawa, keeping existing loads there, or moving another proposed production from Mexico to the Oshawa plant, which can produce cars and trucks.

GM became blind to the union and the city of Oshawa when it announced at the end of November that it was winding up operations in the plant and cutting around 3,000 jobs.

Unifor has described the move as pirate, extending that message by launching a new advertising campaign on Thursday on television, radio, online and in newspapers.

"Our debate to General Motors today is that they have gone too far," said Dias.

Days have said that closing the Oshawa plant would set the platform for the company to leave Canada altogether with only one left-wing assembly plant in the country.

In a news release, GM Canada said he was trying to resist some of the allegations from the union, adding that he "committed to Canada and we are not going anywhere." The company said she had a workforce of more than 5,000 in Canada and has also committed millions of dollars to re-train and help Oshawa employees transfer to new jobs.

Late in the last month, the automaker announced that the Oshawa plant was one of five closing facilities, and the other four in the United States. Production in the Oshawa plant has been aggravating for years and has been operating well under ability.

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The airline's airline is intended to fall even more fully, as the airline airline Enerjet aims to re-launch itself as a very low cost carrier in 2019 after a decade of transporting oil workers and touring travelers.

An investment group led by Tim Morgan says he plans to go away in a Canadian market that already includes Flair Airlines based on WestJet Airlines Ltd., Swoop and Edmonton. Jetlines Ltd Canada is also being launched next year.

In an interview, Morgan refused to say which routes Enerjet intends to launch, when the service starts or how many aircraft will be used.

The Morgan consortium includes Claridge Inc – a private investment company chaired by Stephen Bronfman, an impression of the richest families of Canada – and Stephenson Management Inc., where chairman of Cirque du Soleil, Mitch Garber, has been chairman since 2008.

Another investor is Indigo LLP, a Arizona based private equity company specializing in budget carriers such as Tiger Airways Singapore and Florida Spirit Airlines.

Morgan, who co-founded WestJet, has been trying to take Enerjet in the budget carriers market for some time, but faced barriers after three former executives he had tapped for that purpose, Enerjet won in Calgary for breach of agreement in 2015.

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There will be drama. The Foreign Affairs Minister of Freeland took a trial to predict that in a long talk of August 2017 which set out the goals of Canada at the beginning of the negotiations of the North American Free Trade Agreement with Mexico and the Trump volatile administration.

"I chose my words very carefully as you did not have to be a rocket scientist in order to anticipate that there would be seconds of drama," Freeland was recorded in an interview. "We knew we would have to tie our seatbelts, and I think that what was important to be mentally prepared for those seconds, and not to be removed from the course. "

Ultimately, the foreign minister of Canada was leading the country's efforts to save a new North American free trade agreement. That white trip won Freeland as a Canadian Business Journal of the Year Company for 2018.

It was the constant choice of 81 per cent of editors inspected by The Canadian Press. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley was second with almost 10 percent.

Jeff Labow, editor with the Globe Report and Mail Post on Business, said Freeland was undoubtedly keeping its cold in all Trump druming, lying, changing its direction and ending with a possible deal live in it. "

Hugo Fontaine, La Presse's business editor, said Freeland was the "face and voice" of the Canadian negotiation team.

Freeland led a spasmodic discussion that was colored by personal insult. US President Donald Trump led the First Minister, Justin Trudeau and, ultimately, she. Ond dywedodd Freeland nad oedd hi erioed wedi ei ysgwyd o'i "argyhoeddiad craidd" – "yr hyn yr wyf yn wirioneddol yn teimlo o'r munud y cafodd y llywydd ei ethol" – bod cytundeb ar NAFTA yn bosibl.

"Dywedodd un o'n cydweithwyr wrthyf fod rhywsut yr oeddwn bob amser yn ymddangos yn eithaf cywir. Ni fyddwn i'n dweud fy mod yn ddidwyll, ond roeddwn bob amser yn hyderus."

Roedd Freeland yn ddiamlyd pan gyrhaeddodd Mecsico a'r Unol Daleithiau fargen ochr yn Awst, gan fygythiad i ganolbwyntio Canada oni bai ei fod ymuno â diwedd mis Medi. Torrodd Freeland taith Ewropeaidd tair gwlad yn fyr ac fe'i dargyfeiriwyd i Washington lle byddai'n gwario'r rhan well o'r mis nesaf ar dafod ei chynrychiolydd masnach Americanaidd, Robert Lighthizer, yr Unol Daleithiau.

Roedd Trump eisoes wedi chwistrellu lefel ddrama heb ei debyg i'r sgyrsiau. Roedd ei fygythiad erioed o hyd i ymestyn i fyny NAFTA, mae ei sarhad ôl-G7 yn galw Trudeau yn "anonest a gwan iawn," ei ddarllediadau aml yn erbyn ffermwyr Canada a rheoli cyflenwadau. Gosododd dariffau cosbi ar ddur ac alwminiwm Canada a Mhecsicanaidd a chododd Gleddyf o Damocles yn bygwth ychwanegu treth 25 y cant ar bob awtistiaeth o Ganada a oedd yn mynd i mewn i'r U.S.

Ar ddiwedd Medi, diwrnodau cyn y dyddiad cau a osodwyd gan yr Unol Daleithiau, dywedodd Trump wrth gynhadledd newyddion am ddim am ddim ei fod yn "anfodlon iawn gyda'r trafodaethau ac arddull negodi Canada. Nid ydym yn hoff iawn o'u cynrychiolydd."

Dywedodd y Prif Weinidog, Justin Trudeau, nad oedd yn synnu clywed cwynion am dîm trafod Canada, dan arweiniad Freeland.

"Pan fyddwch chi mewn trafodaethau anodd a bod y dyn arall yn cwyno am ansawdd eich trafodwyr, neu pa mor anodd yw'ch trafodwyr, nid dyna rheswm y dylech fod yn newid eich trafodydd," meddai'r prif weinidog mewn cyfweliad.

"Dyna reswm i brynu'ch trafodwr cwrw ar ddiwedd y dydd."

Ar y pryd, cadwodd Freeland ei powdr.

Wrth edrych yn ôl, dywedodd Freeland ei bod yn gosod rhai marcwyr iddi hi, ac i Ganada, yn gynnar. Dechreuodd wneud paratoadau ar gyfer NAFTA cyn gynted ag y cafodd Trump ei ethol – dau fis cyn ei hyrwyddo o waith y gweinidog masnach i bortffolio materion tramor a ailstrwythwyd a oedd yn gyfrifol am fasnach Canada-U.S.

Efallai bod Trump wedi cael Celf y Fargen, ond roedd gan Freeland Steve Verheul, prif negodwr Canada. Chwaraeodd Freeland a Verheul bêl galed at ei gilydd i ymgolli i lawr y fersiwn derfynol o fargen fasnach Canada-UE yn hwyr yn 2016, gan deithio i ranbarthau lleiaf Gwlad Belg i sefyll i lawr etholaeth adfeiliedig o'r enw Wallwnau, a oedd yn bygwth bwto saith mlynedd o drafodaethau gyda set Byzantine o bwerau cyfansoddiadol.

Yn pennawd i NAFTA, dywedodd Verheul wrth Freeland y bu'n rhaid iddynt gofio gwers wers bwysig. "The worst thing in a trade negotiation is to have a weak or uncertain counterparty because then you can't get a deal," the minister recalled. "What you actually really want at the other side of the table is someone who is really smart. Because then, at the end of the day, they will be able, together with you, to identify that win-win landing zone."

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