Minister Ed Fast and Mireya Aguero, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Honduras, celebrate the entry into force of the Canada-Honduras Free Trade Agreement and parallel agreements on labour and environmental cooperation.
The Americas: Our Neighbours, Our Priority
Erin O’Toole, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of International Trade, (left) and Sofia Cerrato, Honduras’ Ambassador to Canada, signed the MoU Concerning the Uniform Regulations for the Interpretation, Application and Administration of Chapter Five, Customs Procedures, of the Canada-Honduras FTA.
The experience of Canada and the United States managing the North American Great Lakes can help reverse the environmental damage being done to Lake Titicaca, the largest lake in South America and the highest navigable lake in the world.
- 1 - Canada and Honduras Celebrate Entry into Force of Historic Free Trade Agreement
- 2 - Canada and Honduras Mark Latest Milestone in Implementing Canada-Honduras Free Trade Agreement
- 3 - Applying Great Lakes Knowledge to Help Preserve Lake Titicaca
- 4 - Ministers Fast and Bernier Lead Trade Mission to Colombia and Peru
In 2007, Prime Minister Harper announced that reviving and expanding Canadian political and economic engagement in the Americas is a major foreign policy goal. Canada is a country of the Americas and as such we place great value in Canada’s relationships with countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Canada's engagement in the hemisphere has never been stronger, and we remain steadfast in our commitment to play a bigger role in the Americas and to do so for the long term.
With a vision of a more prosperous, secure and democratic hemisphere, Canada is working with global, regional and local partners towards three goals of:
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