It’s been a tough year and a half for Canadian border towns dependent on U.S. tourists.
COVID-19 raised questions about the working and living conditions for some of the country's immigrant workers.
The shacks that traditionally offer an indoor, communal dining experience have had to go to a "take-home" model during COVID.
Travel restrictions have resulted in some couples having to choose between keeping jobs and seeing loved ones.
The president says Canada is flooding the U.S. with imported aluminum and undercutting American companies.
It's made with sap harvested from sugar maple trees — and those trees may be threatened by rising temperatures.
Some businesses seeing fewer customers from the other side of the border.
Wind and solar resources in New England and New York fluctuate. One way to manage this uncertainty is trading with Quebec.
The Jeffrey Mine in Asbestos was the world's largest asbestos mine when it closed in 2012.
It'll be months before the trade deal goes into effect.