Building on their conversation in June 2021, Minister Ng and Director Drake spoke about the critical role infrastructure can play in ensuring growth and job creation in both the United States and Canada during the post-pandemic economic recovery.
The forestry sector is a vital part of Canada’s economy, supporting tens of thousands of good jobs for workers, growing the middle class, and generating sustainable prosperity for communities across the country.
Today, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade, participated in a WTO ministerial meeting on fisheries subsidies negotiations. Chaired by Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Director-General of the WTO, the negotiations aim to curb harmful subsidies that damage the sustainability of global fisheries...
The strong trilateral trade relationship between Canada, the United States and Mexico has contributed to economic growth and prosperity in all three countries and will continue to be vital as we finish the fight against COVID-19 and the building of recoveries that are inclusive, sustainable and resilient.
The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade will hold a media availability for Canadian media and highlights key takeaways from the one-year anniversary of the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement event in Mexico.
I’m so pleased that this trip, which is my first abroad since before the pandemic, has allowed me to finally meet you and Ambassador Tai [Katherine Tai, United States Trade Representative] in person. I’m confident we can build on the momentum of our recent meetings to help our countries build back stronger and more resilient as we head toward economic recovery.