Ottawa (Notimex) – The 14th meeting of the Mexico-Canada Alliance has begun in Ottawa with representatives from the government, private sector and academics, who will discuss the development of the work being carried out in favour of bilateral relations.
The alliance includes top representatives of the public and private sectors of both countries and was created in 2004 during the 60th anniversary of Mexico and Canada’s diplomatic ties.
The aim of the alliance is to “reach common goals and strengthen the bilateral relationship”.
The alliance has eight teams specializing in different areas which include: forests, human capital, trade, investment and innovation, energy, environment, mining, labor mobility, culture and creativity.
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