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Arctic Cooperation

On July 17, Deputy Ambassador Kirsten Hillman spoke on a panel hosted by the US Arctic Research Commission and the Wilson Center’s Polar Institute on the “State of Arctic Diplomacy.” In the last two decades, the Arctic landscape has changed physically and economically, in large part because of climate change. The Deputy Ambassador emphasized given […]

Strengthening Border Management

Last week, Canada and the United States announced they were moving forward with the implementation of our Entry/Exit initiative tracking people who come to and leave our countries. This means, starting July 11, Canada and the U.S. will exchange basic biographic entry information – full names and dates of birth – on all travellers at […]

#DiplomacyUnited for Media Freedom

On July 10-11, Canada and the United Kingdom co-hosted the first ever Global Conference For Media Freedom in London. The conference brought together representatives from 100 countries, including foreign ministers, leaders of international institutions, members of the press, and civil society organizations to advance media freedom and protection worldwide. Notably, Canada and the United Kingdom […]

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Visits Washington, DC

  Last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited Washington, DC for meetings at the White House and on Capitol Hill. While here, the Prime Minister took time to meet Embassy staff and talk to the press about the bilateral relationship. Our trading relationship was front and center in discussions with the President and a bipartisan […]

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Arctic Cooperation

On July 17, Deputy Ambassador Kirsten Hillman spoke on a panel hosted by the US Arctic Research Commission and the Wilson Center’s Polar Institute on the “State of Arctic Diplomacy.” In the last two decades, the Arctic landscape has changed physically and economically, in large part because of climate change. The Deputy Ambassador emphasized given […]

July 22, 2019

Strengthening Border Management

Last week, Canada and the United States announced they were moving forward with the implementation of our Entry/Exit initiative tracking people who come to and leave our countries. This means, starting July 11, Canada and the U.S. will exchange basic biographic entry information – full names and dates of birth – on all travellers at […]

July 16, 2019

#DiplomacyUnited for Media Freedom

On July 10-11, Canada and the United Kingdom co-hosted the first ever Global Conference For Media Freedom in London. The conference brought together representatives from 100 countries, including foreign ministers, leaders of international institutions, members of the press, and civil society organizations to advance media freedom and protection worldwide. Notably, Canada and the United Kingdom […]

July 15, 2019

Canadian Events in the U.S. – August

Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists through August 18, 2019 Minneapolis Institute of Art 2400 Third Avenue South Minneapolis, Minnesota Women have long been the creative force behind Native art. Presented in close cooperation with top Native women artists and scholars, this first major exhibition of artwork by Native women honors the achievements of […]

July 23, 2019

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

Baltimore Orioles vs Toronto Blue Jays Thursday August 1 – Saturday August 3, 7:05pm Oriole Park at Camden Yards 333 W Camden Street Baltimore, MD 21201 The Baltimore Orioles will host the Toronto Blue Jays for three regular season games starting August 1st at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Tickets start at $15. Lights performing […]

July 23, 2019

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