Scott Walker left his meeting with the prime minister acknowledging the countries' differences over dairy policy, but downplaying the idea that any single irritant could cause the dismantling of the three-country trade pact. I think it needs to be improved," Walker told a group of Canadian reporters. I mean, you're talking about something that's more than two decades old. we want to make sure that our largest market in the world is still accessible." Friday is like a day of Canada-U. political speed-dating: Dozens of American governors, and several Canadian federal and provincial representatives, are holding meetings in quick succession, hoping to leave a good impression before the relationship gets tested by the cold reality of trade negotiations.
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The idea that it won't come out in good measure for both parties is preposterous. states that might have the most political clout in upcoming trade debates, with several having been won at least once by Barack Obama, swung to Donald Trump, and exporting heavily to Canada.
I mean, the idea that it won't be continuing a strong relationship is something, I think, people shouldn't even waste time thinking about. Us starting to do tit-for-tat ultimately creates more trouble." Trudeau's keynote speech to the annual state-governors' conference in Rhode Island is titled: "Collaborating to Create Tomorrow's Global Economy." Canadian officials say the long-term objective here is to create relationships that could prove useful, should trade talks hit a difficult patch and Canada find itself in need of allies willing to speak up in of NAFTA. The Canadian contingent is poised to hold individual meetings with about half of the three-dozen governors present.
So, as a campaign, we're flipping that narrative on its head and we are saying we want every single student in Aotearoa to vote."The national campaign, which has drawn inspiration by the surge in youth voters during the recent British elections, will see volunteers use Facebook and text messaging to connect with others over political issues.
Live debates, enrolment competitions and political speed-dating - where students are paired up for discussions about politics - are among the events slated for the Wellington campus.