Canada is rapidly connecting more hard-working Canadians and their families to more opportunities to grow their businesses and create well-paying jobs through trade. We believe robust, rules based, international trade is a key driver of economic growth for a prosperous middle class.
The promotion of trade and investment opportunities around the globe is a priority for the Government of Canada. Israel has long been an important market for Canadian goods and services and is also a prominent science, technology and innovation partner. Canada’s relationship with Israel is based on shared values of cooperation and strong people-to-people ties.
On May 23, 2018, the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade, will travel to Montréal, Quebec, to meet potential foreign investors and representatives of Canadian high-technology companies at the Commerce + Creativity (C2) business conference.
Canada and the United States enjoy the most successful bilateral trading relationship in the world, and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) is an important component of this relationship. Our two countries not only sell to each other, we make things together to sell at home and abroad and, in doing so, create millions of well-paying jobs on both sides of the border. Our successes are reflected in all aspects of the partnership.
The multi-stakeholder Advisory Body on Responsible Business Conduct comprises members representing a diversity of viewpoints and expertise, including from civil society and industry, with practical experience working on responsible business conduct (RBC) issues and reflective of various viewpoints in Canadian society:
The Government of Canada is committed to initiating a new era of cooperation between government, industry and civil society on responsible business conduct (RBC) abroad, and ensuring that Canadians can have confidence in our world-class companies and trust that international trade and investment is working for all.
The Silingen Group is a family-owned company with 80 employees and two factories: one located in Katowice, Poland, and the other in Bamberg, Germany, where the company’s head office is located. The company’s goal in Canada is to create waste recycling units using a waste-free process and without the emission of greenhouse gases.
The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade, today concluded a successful trade mission to Paris, France, from April 15 to 18, 2018, with a focus on Canada’s strengths and capabilities in AI and cleantech, as well as on promoting its progressive trade agenda.
The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade, will hold a media teleconference on Wednesday, April 18, 2018, from Paris, France, at the conclusion of the trade mission he is leading to Paris from April 15 to 18.