NAFTA renegotiations have finally ended.
Canada signed on to an agreement with the U.S. and Mexico late Sunday.
The deal allows greater U.S. access to Canada’s dairy market and addresses Canadian concerns about the threat of U.S. auto tariffs.
The agreement is expected to be submitted to Congress Monday, then a 60-day review period begins before President Donald Trump can sign it.
During that time, Congress can also suggest changes and must approve any final trade deal.
The administration hopes Trump will sign the deal before Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto leaves office on December 1.