Canada rolls the dice and engages Congress on subsidies for zero-emission vehicles
No U.S. legislator will decide their Build Back Better vote based on Canada’s interests. We have friends in Congress, but no permanent allies.
During a November trip to Washington, D.C., a Canadian delegation that including Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, left, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and International Trade Minister Mary Ng met with members of the U.S. Congress to push their opposition to provisions in the Biden Build Back Better legislation. Photograph courtesy of Twitter/Mary_Ng