In an interview with CNBC's Squawk Alley, Kim Campbell said Canada's preference would be to have dispute resolution, notably Chapter 19, adding that there could be some flexibility from Canada on the issue.
In addition, the tentative deal would require that at least 75 percent of an automobile's value be produced in North America (as opposed to, say, China) if that vehicle is to qualify for duty-free importation into the US.
"The deal is a much more fair deal between the United States and Mexico", Trump said.
U.S. President Donald Trump is threatening to move ahead on a deal with Mexico that excludes Canada. "As the Trump administration has been dealing with trade around the country, what I've been doing is, as it impacts Florida businesses, I've been talking to Bob Lighthizer, who's the federal trade representative, and letting him know the importance of free trade and how it's impacting Florida businesses", Scott said. Dispute settlement, Canada's cultural exemption and access to Canada's dairy market continue to be obstacles to a deal.
"We live next door to an entertainment juggernaut that could easily roll over the whole Canadian cultural sector", he said.
Despite Trump's tough talk, that USA negotiators have chose to keep negotiating is due primarily to the fact that Congress has underlined that any revised deal must include both Canada and Mexico, The NYT noted.
Warner said Ottawa could be trying to stress that it's defending a popular issue with Canadians - particularly in Quebec - because it will have to eventually make concessions elsewhere if it hopes to strike a deal.
Trump would rather deal with the current Congress than the new one that will convene in 2019.
The goal of this week's talks is to reach a deal by December 1 so Congress can give its approval to a revised three-country NAFTA before Mexico's new president takes office.
"There are a number of things we absolutely must see in a renegotiated NAFTA", he told reporters in the Pacific province of British Columbia.
The tentative deal struck with Mexico calls for a horizon of 16 years for the new terms, with provisions for a review of the revised pact every six years. It allows Canada to regulate and subsidize the production of Canadian content on the airwaves to boost Canadian producers, distributors, artists and performers without having to provide the same subsidies to foreign companies.
"An agreement on auto manufacturing has been key to trade talks involving a NAFTA revision". Canadian officials have repeatedly said that demand is a non-starter for Canada.
"We know that a win-win-win agreement is within reach and that's what we're working towards", Freeland said. "But they and other countries have been taking advantage of the United States for many years".
American networks anxious that the CRTC's decision reduced the value of Canadian programming because the amount they pay for Super Bowl rights is determined by how much advertising they can sell in Canada, Lighthizer's report said.
"You have to be careful about what he says and what he's actually doing". Canada wants to ensure its publishing and broadcasting industries are not overrun by bigger USA rivals, and that dairy imports don't pull down prices for its own farmers.