Full Text Canadian Political Transcripts March 10, 2016: PM Justin Trudeau’s Statement on Bilateral Meeting with US President Barack Obama

CANADIAN POLITICAL TRANSCRIPTS

POLITICAL HEADLINES:

STATEMENT BY THE PRIME MINISTER OF CANADA ON THE BILATERAL MEETING WITH PRESIDENT OBAMA

Source: PM.gc.ca, 3-10-16
Washington, D.C.
10 March 2016
The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, today issued the following statement after a bilateral meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama:

“Today, President Obama and I had a very productive meeting that will help our countries transition to low-carbon economies, foster clean growth, and create good jobs and great opportunities for our citizens.

“The President and I agreed to formally join the Paris Agreement in the global fight against climate change, and to take ambitious actions to reduce methane, hydroflurocarbon, and greenhouse gas emissions.

“We announced a new partnership to build a sustainable Arctic economy, and we will work together to develop new, science-based standards for commercial fishing, low-impact shipping, sustainable development, and Arctic biodiversity.

“We also committed to make our borders more open and more secure, and we agreed in principle to expand preclearance to Billy Bishop Airport in Toronto, Jean Lesage International Airport in Quebec City, as well as rail service in Montreal and Vancouver.

“The President and I reaffirmed our commitment to streamline trade between our countries. Each day, $2.4 billion worth of goods and services cross the border. We agreed to work in collaboration to bring trade and investment to new heights.

“Finally, we agreed that Canada will host the North American Leaders Summit in the Summer of 2016. President Obama will address Parliament during his visit to Canada for the summit.

“Canada and the United States share the same values, the same origins, and the same space. We face many of the same challenges, and we are all better off when we tackle them together.”
– See more at: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2016/03/10/statement-prime-minister-canada-bilateral-meeting-president-obama#sthash.HZuoyhMw.dpuf

Advertisements

Full Text Canadian Political Headlines October 22, 2014: Readout of US President Barack Obama’s Call to Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada — Transcript

CANADIAN POLITICAL HEADLINES

POLITICAL HEADLINES

Readout of US President Barack Obama’s Call to Prime Minister Stephen Harper of Canada

Source: WH, 10-22-14 

President Obama spoke by phone with Prime Minister Stephen Harper to express the American people’s solidarity with Canada in the wake of attacks on Canadian Forces in Quebec on October 20 and in Ottawa on October 22. President Obama condemned these outrageous attacks, reaffirmed the close friendship and alliance between our people. The President offered any assistance Canada needed in responding to these attacks. Prime Minister Harper thanked the President and the two leaders discussed the assault and agreed to continue coordination between our governments moving forward.

Canadian Political Headlines February 20, 2014: Keystone XL gains no ground after Stephen Harper meets with Barack Obama

CANADIAN POLITICAL HEADLINES

POLITICAL HEADLINES

Keystone XL gains no ground after Stephen Harper meets with Barack Obama

Source: Financial Post, 2-20-14‎

President Barack Obama gave no ground on the Keystone XL pipeline after meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who is pressuring the U.S. to get construction approved….READ MORE

Political Musings February 20, 2014: Obama owes Harper a pack of beer for Canada’s women’s hockey gold

CANADIAN POLITICAL MUSINGS

Pol_Musings

POLITICAL MUSINGS

Obama owes Harper a pack of beer for Canada’s women’s hockey gold

By Bonnie K. Goodman

After waging a pack of beer for each of the US-Canada hockey match-ups at the Sochi Winter Olympic games United States President Barack Obama now owes Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper a pack of beer, after Canada’…READ MORE

Canadian Political Headlines February 20, 2014: Obama owes Harper a pack of beer for Canada women’s hockey gold

CANADIAN POLITICAL HEADLINES

POLITICAL HEADLINES

Obama owes Harper a pack of beer

Harper and Obama shake hands
US President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Toluca, Mexico during the Three Amigos Summit

After waging a pack of beer for each of the US-Canada hockey match-ups at the Sochi Winter Olympics US President Barack Obama now owes Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper a pack of beer, after Canada’s Women’s hockey team won gold beating Team USA 3-2 in overtime on Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014.

Another pack of beer is up in the air when the US and Canada’s men’s hockey teams meet in the semi-final on Friday, Feb. 21. Obama and Harper made the bet during the Three Amigo’s Summit in Mexico this past week. Canada is the defending champions in both Women’s and Men’s hockey.

   I’m betting @barackobama one case of Canadian beer per hockey game this week. #teamusa is good, but #WeAreWinter. #GoCanadaGo @WhiteHouse

— Stephen Harper (@pmharper) February 20, 2014

.@pmharper and I bet on the women’s and men’s US-Canada hockey games. Winner gets a case of beer for each game. #GoTeamUSA! -bo

— The White House (@WhiteHouse) February 20, 2014

Political Musings August 5, 2013: PM Stephen Harper defends XL Keystone pipeline as job creator countering Obama’s statement

CANADIAN POLITICAL MUSINGS

POLITICAL MUSINGS

Harper defends XL Keystone pipeline as job creator countering Obama’s statement

By Bonnie K. Goodman

Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke to the press from Quebec City on August 2, 2013 about the safety and job creation the oil pipelines projects would create. Harper discussed his support for the Energy East project, an West-East…READ MORE