Archived - Parliamentary Secretary Champagne Highlights Canada’s Plan for Growth and the Importance of Canada-U.S. Trade in Boston

June 9, 2016 – Boston, Massachusetts – Department of Finance Canada

The Government of Canada is committed to strengthening Canada’s place in the world through a proactive and positive approach, and by working with our partners to advance trade, innovation and clean energy in order to improve the lives of middle class families and all Canadians.

In a speech to the spring conference of the New England Economic Partnership in Boston, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance François-Philippe Champagne underlined the importance of Canada-U.S. trade, and of Canada’s enduring role as a strong, reliable partner. He also took the opportunity to highlight the Government’s upcoming Innovation Agenda, and to congratulate the Canadian Technology Accelerator in Boston (CTA@Boston) team for winning the International Business Innovation Association’s (InBIA) 2016 Accelerator Program of the Year Award.

In his speech, Parliamentary Secretary Champagne described the Government’s approach to revitalizing the Canadian economy and growing the middle class, while maintaining a low debt burden.

Marion Pilon-Cousineau
Executive Assistant to the Parliamentary Secretary
Office of the Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Finance

Jack Aubry
Media Relations
Department of Finance Canada

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