On February 23 U.S. President Biden and Prime Minister Trudeau issued a ‘Roadmap for a Renewed U.S.-Canada Partnership’ stating ‘Both leaders agreed to take a coordinated approach based on science and public health criteria when considering measures to ease Canada-U.S. border restrictions in the future.’ Less than five months later, Washington appears to have lost its copy
OTTAWA, ON – November 20, 2019 – The Honourable Perrin Beatty, PC, OC, President and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, released the following statement following the Cabinet of the 43rd Parliament being sworn in.
“The Canadian Chamber of Commerce congratulates all new and continuing Cabinet ministers in this Parliament. While the make up of Parliament has changed with the federal election, the challenges Canada faces have not.
Cabinet ministers – and all Parliamentarians – were elected to govern on behalf of all Canadians, in all regions and in all sectors of the economy. Canadians, businesses and investors – at home and internationally – are watching carefully to see how they come together to secure our future.
The Canadian Chamber looks forward to working with all Ministers and parliamentarians on behalf of our members throughout Canada, those they employ and the communities where they build a more competitive Canada.”
About the Canadian Chamber of Commerce
With a broad network of corporate, association and local chamber members representing over 250,000 businesses of all sizes, in all sectors of the economy and in all regions, the Canadian Chamber of Commerce is the largest, most representative and most influential business association in Canada. Since 1925, our mission is to foster business competitiveness and a strong economic environment that benefits all Canadians by creating the conditions for Canadian business to thrive. We do this by developing well-informed reports and positions on policies and regulations that are critical to creating a competitive and prosperous Canada; by mobilizing our vast and diverse network to advocate for government decisions and programs that strengthen our country and our communities; and by offering essential business services for members by members. For more information visit Chamber.ca or follow @CdnChamberofCom on social media.
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