Janyce McGregor

Senior reporter

Janyce McGregor joined the CBC's parliamentary bureau in 2001, after starting her career with TVOntario's Studio 2. Her public broadcaster "hat trick" includes casual stints as a news and current affairs producer with the BBC's World Service in London. After two decades of producing roles, she's now a senior reporter filing for CBC Online, Radio and Television. News tips: Janyce.McGregor@cbc.ca

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Trudeau government claims victory in latest trade dispute with U.S. over dairy

The Trudeau government is celebrating what it's calling an absolute victory in its latest trade dispute with the United States over dairy imports.

South Koreans are eligible to work at NextStar EV factory under Harper-era free trade deal

Hundreds of South Koreans expected to work at the NextStar EV battery factory in Windsor, Ont., are legally eligible to work in Canada under a 2015 free trade agreement negotiated and implemented by Stephen Harper’s former Conservative government.

As major Pacific summit wraps, Canada is sidelined on a new U.S.-led trade initiative

Canada left a major summit centred on Pacific economic development on the outside of a new U.S. initiative, the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, a group of 14 trading partners that concluded agreements this week on supply chain protections, lowering carbon emissions and fighting corruption.

Canada-India trade talks won't resume until India co-operates with Nijjar investigation, minister suggests

Trade Minister Mary Ng suggested Wednesday that Canada won't restart its trade talks with India until Narendra Modi's government cooperates with the investigation into the murder of Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Vancouver last June.

Asia-Pacific leaders gather in San Francisco as tensions with China run high

The old adage that says countries that trade with each other don't go to war is being tested. If the U.S. and China can't restore their diplomatic dialogue, it could set back the entire APEC summit. But for the Trudeau government, mending Canada's relationships in Asia carries domestic political risks.

With sights set on China, Japan to make deal with Canada on EV supply chains

As political tensions with India remain at an all-time high, the Trudeau government is preparing to make some incremental progress with a key ally in its Indo-Pacific strategy — Japan.

Russian firm escalates dispute with Canada over seized cargo plane

Volga-Dnepr Airlines served notice Monday of its intent to initiate a formal dispute with the Canadian government over Ottawa's seizure of an Antonov-124 cargo plane that's been parked at Pearson airport ever since Russia launched its full-scale invasion of Ukraine 18 months ago.

China snubs Canada on its list of approved travel spots, setting back tourism's post-COVID recovery

In an apparent snub, the Chinese government has left Canada off a list of countries approved as international travel destinations for tour groups — a decision that threatens to leave Canada's travel industry at a competitive disadvantage as it continues its post-pandemic recovery.

What do the premiers want after their latest meeting? More meetings, it seems

This week's Council of the Federation meetings featured more process than progress.

Infrastructure, fuel taxes are high on the to-do list as premiers gather in Winnipeg

As Canada’s premiers gather in Winnipeg this week, the priorities they’re articulating seem to be less about their collective action and more — much more — about what they want the federal government to do next.