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Policy Briefing: North American Leaders’ Summit
Mexican and U.S. foreign ministers Claudia Ruiz Massieu, left, and John Kerry, right, with Canadian Foreign Minister Stéphane Dion in Quebec City in January. Mr. Kerry and Ms. Ruiz Massieu attended the OAS General Assembly this month, while Mr. Dion was notably absent, says Hélène Laverdière. Photograph courtesy of Global Affairs Canada

Canada should talk trade, climate change, Venezuela at Three Amigos summit

With a potential Trump presidency looming, it’s important that big strides be made at this meeting.
Opinion|Wayne Easter
The meeting offers an opportunity to strengthen the trilateral relationship between the North American countries.
We want to work towards a new era of convergence and strategic partnership.
Leaders will have no shortage of issues to discuss during NALS.
Donald Trump is not the only U.S. politician who could put up walls.
The Three Amigos summit could see leaders chart a 'new course' in the continental relationship.
Regular Wednesday yoga on the Hill has been cancelled, visitors' access will be restricted.

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