Canada and the United States will strike a deal on the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) in the coming days, but there is still no deal yet on the future of Canada-US relations.

The U.S. is seeking to negotiate a trade agreement that would include a free trade zone.

Canada and Mexico have been negotiating a NAFTA agreement since 1994, and the deal includes a number of areas of mutual interest.

The deal will require ratification by the U.N. General Assembly.

A report to Congress on the NAFTA agreement will be released on Wednesday.

In a speech to the Economic Club of Canada on Thursday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Canada is “not just looking forward, but also looking backwards to the future.”

He said Canada and its partners have a number opportunities for collaboration and collaboration, including on the economy, climate change, and public health.

Trudeau noted that Canada and Canada-U.S.-Mexico trade in goods and services, as well as intellectual property rights, has been on the decline since the Brexit vote.