The U.S., Mexico and Canada didn’t reach a deal on a revamped North American Free Trade Agreement Friday. In a press conference, Canada’s top trade negotiator Chrystia Freeland told reporters the Canadian government won’t sign an agreement unless it’s good for Canada. In regards to the dairy supply management issue, Freeland said Canada’s national interest is at the core of priorities, but wouldn’t reveal details of the negotiations. Freeland emphasized U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer has worked in good faith with Canada for more than one year. Freeland also said good progress has been made on NAFTA, but there’s still work to be done.