From CBS News:
"President Donald Trump has put Canada on notice about trade issues. That may leave many Americans scratching their heads, given that the country's northern neighbor hasn't sparked as much rhetoric from the current administration as Mexico.
"'In fact, Canada has a minor deficit in goods and services trade vis-à-vis the U.S.,' Oxford senior economist Oren Klachkin wrote earlier this year in a research note.
"He added, 'Canada will want to reach a final resolution to the persistent softwood lumber dispute, and find a middle ground on what U.S. producers call 'protectionist' Canadian dairy products policies. Much remains to be seen how this entire process would unfold.'"