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Caucus Meeting: Canadian Press and Quebec City

caucus meeting: There are issues we'll agree on, sometimes with the Liberals, sometimes the NDP, sometimes the Greens, he said following a caucus meeting, according to National Observer. Don't miss out on the latest news Sign up for our daily briefing When we're in agreement, we're in agreement. Speaking in Quebec City, Blanchet said that he's not closing the door to discussions with any party, just because they don't agree on all issues. When we're not, we're not. Finance Minister Bill Morneau told The Canadian Press in an interview this week that the expanded pipeline is not fodder for negotiating with other parties in the minority Parliament. But it's not because we can probably identify one or two major issues where we won't agree with the Liberals that we'll close the door to all forms of discussion. ( As reported in the news.