Freeland and her counterpart, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, left the bargaining table Friday without a deal following two weeks of what she has described as intense, but productive, negotiations.
A spokesman for Freeland said on Monday that no decisions on whether she would return to Washington later this week had been made.
Canada's foreign affairs minister says Tuesday's anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States should serve as a reminder of the deep ties between the two countries as they haggle over the future of North American free trade.
Earlier in the day, she noted that Tuesday was the 17th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks to drive home a point about the long-standing relationship between the two countries.
"We agreed that it would be useful to continue talking today, so we're back for more negotiations", Freeland told reporters as she entered the USTR offices in Washington.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said during an interview Tuesday with a Winnipeg radio station, CJOB, that there are certain positions Canada has and remain firm on.
"It seems even if we give a lot, the USA keeps asking for more", said Mr. Kronby, an worldwide trade lawyer with Borden Ladner Gervais.
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Officials say the main sticking points are Canada's dairy quota regime, Ottawa's desire to keep a dispute-resolution mechanism, and Canadian media laws that favour (921.23 billion pounds) domestically produced content. But those talks excluded Canada, the third NAFTA country.
"If (Trump) goes to Congress with a bilateral arrangement with Mexico, he's got problems - real problems", Mulroney said.
Daniel Ujczo, a USA trade lawyer who has worked for both the Canadian and the US governments, rejects the notion that Canada and the United States are at a stalemate.
"At the end of the day we're neighbours, and at the end of the day, neighbours help each other when they need help". Eares are on the ground for United States and China developments but at the fore again was the NAFTA negotiations.
Washington had already reached a NAFTA agreement with Mexico in late August and has informed Congress it intends to sign a new treaty by November 30, including Canada if possible.
U.S. President Donald Trump said at the White House that trade talks with Canada were going well and that Ottawa wants to make a deal. He said Canada and the United States spent a lot of time last week reconciling what the USA and Mexico had already agreed upon. "There are nearly two dozen chapters closed" in the NAFTA deal including reducing red tape on cross-border trade, he said on Monday. "It can't be renamed something or called something else", Perdue said when asked about dairy concessions needed to reach a NAFTA deal, referring to a new milk class created a year ago by Canada to price milk ingredients such as protein concentrates, skim milk and whole milk powder.