Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called Sunday “a good day for Canada,” as he left a late-night cabinet meeting in Ottawa that capped several days of frenetic long-distance talks that culminated in an updated North American free trade deal. Fourteen-months after opening talks to modernize the 24-year-old trilateral trade pact, an 11th-hour agreement was reached last night that allows Canada to rejoin the new deal reached recently with the U-S and Mexico. The new pact has been christened “The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement” — or the U-S-M-C-A. A senior Canadian government official says the deal preserves key dispute-resolution mechanisms the U-S wanted to ditch, but it doesn’t directly deal with tariffs on steel and aluminum. And while it preserves supply management in Canada, it includes wider access to our market for U-S dairy producers. Trudeau says more information will come today.