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Prime Minister Trudeau Meets with Business Roundtable CEO at NATO Summit

Washington, D.C. – On the sidelines of the NATO Summit in Washington, D.C., Prime Minister Justin Trudeau held a meeting with Joshua Bolten, Chief Executive Officer of Business Roundtable. This meeting underscored the significance of the robust bilateral relationship between Canada and the United States.

During their discussion, Prime Minister Trudeau and Mr. Bolten highlighted the pivotal role of the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) in fostering economic growth and cooperation. They emphasized the necessity of maintaining secure and resilient supply chains to bolster the shared industrial base of both nations.

Prime Minister Trudeau noted the substantial trade relationship between Canada and the United States, valued at nearly $1 trillion annually. This trade not only strengthens the economies of both countries but also supports a multitude of middle-class jobs for Canadians and Americans.

Expressing his gratitude, Prime Minister Trudeau commended Mr. Bolten for his dedication to fostering a predictable, rules-based business environment across the border. Both leaders expressed their commitment to continued collaboration and communication to further strengthen economic ties.

The meeting between Prime Minister Trudeau and Mr. Bolten is a testament to the enduring partnership between Canada and the United States, reinforcing the importance of cooperation in ensuring economic prosperity and stability for both nations.

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Alwin Marshall-Squire

Alwin Marshall-Squire is the Editor-in-Chief of GTA Today and serves as the Parliament Hill Reporter covering Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet. With a commitment to accurate and timely news coverage, Marshall-Squire brings depth and insight to the forefront of Canadian journalism. For feedback, reach out at alwin.squire@gtaweekly.ca.

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