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Hemispheric Partners: Trade, Technology, and Innovation Ties Between the Bay Area and Canada

The Bay Area Council Economic Institute released its newest report, Hemispheric Partners: Trade, Technology, and Innovation Ties Between the Bay Area and Canada, on April 17 in San Francisco. The report highlights the strong and growing economic connections between the Bay Area/Silicon Valley and Canada, which are helping fuel a vibrant cross-border exchange of talent, […]

Minister Morneau & Minister Monsef Visit Washington, D.C., Participate in G20, IMF and World Bank Meetings

Finance Minister Bill Morneau and International Development and Women and Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef visited Washington D.C. from April 11 – 13 to participate in a broad range of meetings, throughout which the Ministers highlighted the importance Canada places on gender equality. During his trip to Washington, Minister Morneau met with his G20 counterparts […]

Steel & Aluminum 232 Tariffs: China is a Big Winner on Exclusions

China – the very country at the root of the global steel and aluminum oversupply problem – has been one of the main beneficiaries of the Section 232 tariffs. 1 – The Department of Commerce has excluded far more metal from China than from allies like Canada – both in absolute terms and as a […]

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister concludes successful G7 and NATO meetings

From: Global Affairs Canada News Release April 6, 2019 – Dinard, France – Global Affairs Canada The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, concluded her participation in the G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, which took place on April 5 and 6, 2019, in Dinard, France, following the NATO Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on April 3 and 4 […]

Canadian Events in the Washington, D.C. Area – April

There is no better way to celebrate the long-standing friendship between Canada and the United States than to bring people together. We are pleased to showcase a collection of events happening in and around Washington, D.C. that celebrate Canadian music, art and culture. Not all events listed below are organized, supported or endorsed by the […]

Opening Night of Come From Away in Omaha

On March 27, 2019, the Consulate General of Canada in Minneapolis and Omaha Performing Arts launched the Midwest tour of the acclaimed Broadway show Come From Away.  After a rousing opening night performance, guests attended a special Canadian-themed event featuring the show’s cast and Consul General a.i. Ariel Delouya.  Two special visitors – RCMP Corporal […]

NEXUS Mobile Enrollment Team Coming to Washington, DC

January 2, 2019 Postponement of Washington, DC and Atlanta NEXUS Enrollment Event Due to the recent U.S. government shutdown and 3-week continuing resolution of funding until 15 February, US Custom and Border Protection (CBP) will not be able to support the NEXUS event. The Canadian portion of your application has been processed, however; the event […]

Thanks to NAFTA, over 33 million middle-class jobs have been created across America

NEWS RELEASE – EMBASSY OF CANADA LAUNCHES VIDEO HIGHLIGHTING IMPORTANCE OF NAFTA TO US ECONOMY The United States and Canada enjoy the longest and most peaceful relationship of any two countries in the world, grounded in mutual security and prosperity. Our respective commitment to sustainable, long-term prosperity for our citizens helped spur the creation of […]

Deputy Ambassador Kirsten Hillman at Public Hearing on Section 232 – Full Statement

Thank you Madam Chairperson. My name is Kirsten Hillman, Canada’s Deputy Ambassador to the United States. I am here today on behalf of the Government of Canada to underline the benefits of our integrated auto sector and to emphasize the exceptional nature of our enduring national security partnership.  In times of peace and through wars, our […]

Open Letter on U.S. Tariffs on Uncoated Groundwood Paper

There is much talk these days of fair trade and playing by the rules so American workers are not disadvantaged. As the U.S.’s closest ally and trading partner, no one is more invested in the U.S.’s economic success than Canada. Through trade and investment, we are creating good jobs on both sides of the border. […]

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Hemispheric Partners: Trade, Technology, and Innovation Ties Between the Bay Area and Canada

The Bay Area Council Economic Institute released its newest report, Hemispheric Partners: Trade, Technology, and Innovation Ties Between the Bay Area and Canada, on April 17 in San Francisco. The report highlights the strong and growing economic connections between the Bay Area/Silicon Valley and Canada, which are helping fuel a vibrant cross-border exchange of talent, […]

April 18, 2019

Minister Morneau & Minister Monsef Visit Washington, D.C., Participate in G20, IMF and World Bank Meetings

Finance Minister Bill Morneau and International Development and Women and Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monsef visited Washington D.C. from April 11 – 13 to participate in a broad range of meetings, throughout which the Ministers highlighted the importance Canada places on gender equality. During his trip to Washington, Minister Morneau met with his G20 counterparts […]

April 13, 2019

Steel & Aluminum 232 Tariffs: China is a Big Winner on Exclusions

China – the very country at the root of the global steel and aluminum oversupply problem – has been one of the main beneficiaries of the Section 232 tariffs. 1 – The Department of Commerce has excluded far more metal from China than from allies like Canada – both in absolute terms and as a […]

April 12, 2019

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister concludes successful G7 and NATO meetings

From: Global Affairs Canada News Release April 6, 2019 – Dinard, France – Global Affairs Canada The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of Foreign Affairs, concluded her participation in the G7 Foreign Ministers’ Meeting, which took place on April 5 and 6, 2019, in Dinard, France, following the NATO Foreign Ministers’ Meeting on April 3 and 4 […]

April 6, 2019

Canadian Events in the Washington, D.C. Area – April

There is no better way to celebrate the long-standing friendship between Canada and the United States than to bring people together. We are pleased to showcase a collection of events happening in and around Washington, D.C. that celebrate Canadian music, art and culture. Not all events listed below are organized, supported or endorsed by the […]

April 1, 2019

Opening Night of Come From Away in Omaha

On March 27, 2019, the Consulate General of Canada in Minneapolis and Omaha Performing Arts launched the Midwest tour of the acclaimed Broadway show Come From Away.  After a rousing opening night performance, guests attended a special Canadian-themed event featuring the show’s cast and Consul General a.i. Ariel Delouya.  Two special visitors – RCMP Corporal […]

March 27, 2019

Celebrating the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s (NATO) 70th Anniversary

Canadian consulates across the U.S. are commemorating NATO’s 70th anniversary this year! In Atlanta, Consul General Nadia Theodore hosted a luncheon earlier in April with Joseph Bankoff, the former Chair of the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), Eric Toler, the Executive Director of Georgia’s Cyber Command Center […]

April 18, 2019

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