ST. STEPHEN, NB—Karen Ludwig, MP (New Brunswick Southwest) will be traveling to the United States this week, with Members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on International Trade.
Ms. Ludwig will join her colleagues in Detroit, Michigan, Chicago, Illinois, and Washington, DC, and will be meeting with Elected Officials, stakeholders, and businesses. The trip will conclude in Washington, where members of the committee will join provincial and territorial premiers at a reception for the 2017 Mission of the Canada’s Premiers to Washington, DC, as well as meeting with Members of the House and Senate.
This trip is a continuation of the committee’s ongoing study on the Priorities Of Canadian Stakeholders Having An Interest In Bilateral And Trilateral Trade In North America, Between Canada, United States And Mexico.
“I look forward to a week of productive discussions, and look forward to the opportunity to work with stakeholders and elected officials in the United States. Canada and the United States share a special relationship, and our trading relationship is extremely important to both of our nations continued economic success”. –Karen Ludwig, MP
For further information please contact:
Office of Karen Ludwig