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Ambassador Hillman Talks Critical Minerals On Politico’s Global Translations Podcast

In January 2020, Canada and the U.S. announced the completion of the Canada-U.S. Joint Action Plan on Critical Minerals Collaboration. The Plan advances our mutual interest in strengthening supply chains for the critical minerals needed for important manufacturing sectors, and delivered on a June 2019 commitment by the Prime Minister of Canada and the President […]

December 9, 2020

Canada Curated: Seasonal Sweets and Savories by Small Batch Canadian Makers

The American market, especially the metropolitan areas that border Canada such as Detroit, is an important first export destination for many Canadian food and beverage companies. With similar cultural and linguistic backgrounds and large consumer bases, these areas allow growing companies to gain exporting skills while offering significant market expansion opportunities. However, despite being a […]

December 9, 2020

Holiday-Themed Films from the National Film Board

With the Festive Season upon us, we are excited to share this extensive list of holiday-themed films curated by Canada’s National Film Board. Most are fairly short and many are family friendly, and will be available for viewing until the end of December.       Ludovic: The Snow Gift: https://www.nfb.ca/film/ludovic_the_snow_gift/ Snow Cat: https://www.nfb.ca/film/snow_cat/ It’s Snow/Neige: […]

November 25, 2020

Holiday Cheer From Canada: Embassy of Canada’s Annual Holiday Tree

A highlight of every holiday season is the lighting of the Christmas tree in the Embassy of Canada’s Rotunda of the Provinces & Territories. As you may expect, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic we won’t be hosting an in-person tree lighting event, instead inviting Canadians and friends of Canada to watch the lighting of […]

November 23, 2020

Got milk?! Cross Border Coordination Gets Water Flowing into the Milk River Once Again

Out between the plains and hills of the “Treasure State” of Montana, and the “Wild Rose” Province of Alberta, runs the St. Mary and Milk Rivers. Those waters have been intertwined since water infrastructure was built in the early 1900s and managed under the 1909 Boundary Waters Treaty. In any given year, water diverted from […]

October 19, 2020

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