The U.S.-Canada lumber dispute isn't much closer to being resolved, according to Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland.

"Our positions are still quite far apart," she said after addressing the International Economic Forum of the Americas in Montreal. "But I think that talking is always a good thing and that is something that we are doing very actively and energetically."

The Canadian government remains determined on this issue, with Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard also stating "If they think they will tire us out and at some point we will throw in the towel, they're mistaken."

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