A Canada-EU Trade Agreement Will Boost Atlantic Canada’s Economy
Minister Ed Fast (second from left) examines french fries during a tour of the Cavendish Farms plant in New Annan, P.E.I., on Thursday, September 15, 2011. With him are Cavendish Farms President Robert Irving (left); Cavendish Farms technicians Paula Alyward and Kim Campbell; and Parliamentary Secretary Keddy (far right).
September 15, 2011
Minister Fast traveled to Halifax on September 14 and to Charlottetown on September 15 for round-table discussions with local business leaders and to tour local plants to meet with workers.
During his visit, Minister Fast discussed the Government of Canada’s ambitious trade plan and the benefits of broadening and expanding access to global markets, such as the European Union.
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