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  • PM delivers remarks in Toronto
    You know, I was thinking today with the great step forward we took and thinking about the Summit we just completed between Canada and the European Union, and also the strategic partnership – the comprehensive strategic partnership we signed last month – I thought about a few reflections on the relationship between Canada and Europe.
    Toronto, Ontario - 26 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks with the Leaders of the European Council and Commission
    For more than five years negotiators for both Canada and the European Union have worked diligently and tenaciously to construct an agreement that will greatly amplify the trade and investment between us and thereby create jobs and growth throughout both Canada and the E.U.
    Ottawa, Ontario - 26 September 2014
  • PM addresses the United Nations General Assembly in New York City
    “Good evening. “Mr. President, Mr. Secretary-General, Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen. “It is both an honour and a pleasure for me to once again address this Assembly.
    New York City, New York - 25 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks at the Every Woman Every Child panel discussion in New York
    Since we launched the Muskoka Initiative on Maternal, Child and Newborn Health in Canada in 2010, we've been just astounded by the response of the international community beginning with these important international organizations.
    New York City, New York - 25 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks in New York City
    Thank you.  I am pleased with the leadership shown by the Security Council and you, Mr. Secretary Kerry, and of course Mr. President Obama, in calling this meeting and extending an invitation to other countries. The threat posed by foreign fighters is a source of great concern. The conflicts in Syria and Iraq are becoming an ever greater challenge for people around the world, including Canada.
    New York City, New York - 24 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks during a joint press conference with Park Geun-hye, President of the Republic of Korea
    Madam President, I know all Canadians join me in welcoming you here on what is without a doubt a historic occasion for both our countries, the signing of the Canada-Korea Free Trade Agreement.
    Ottawa, Ontario - 22 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks in Hamilton
    Just a little quick announcement. Obviously here, I’m here with the family of our famous, most decorated naval commander, Harry DeWolf, all the way down to Darcy, his great grandson. Just touring the Haida that Harry DeWolf served on, about, I should say I know very well, because it was in the TorontoHarbour when I was a boy and I spent many an hour with my friends, chasing up and down on it. We’re here to announce that Harry DeWolf will be the name of the very first of the new Arctic offshore patrol vessels that are being built for the Royal Canadian Navy.
    Hamilton, Ontario - 18 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks in Grimsby
    Well, first of all, I just want to welcome everybody here today. I’m joined by my colleague, Member of Parliament Dean Allison, by our hosts here at Forty Creek Distillery, John Hall, Jayson Myers and the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters and a number of obviously important local business interests.
    Grimsby, Ontario - 18 September 2014
  • PM welcomes Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko to Canada
    Thank you very much. Mr. Speaker of the Senate, Mr. Speaker of the House of Commons, Honourable Senators and Members of Parliament, ladies and gentlemen. It’s my great pleasure, I know our great pleasure to welcome to Canada, to welcome to our Parliament today, the President of the Ukraine and his wife, Petro and Maryna Poroshenko. Thank you, Mr. President, for leaving your country briefly to attend this joint session of our Parliament. We know that this is a crucial time for you and for Ukraine, and we greatly appreciate your presence here today.
    Ottawa, Ontario - 17 September 2014
  • PM delivers remarks at Ismaili Centre Opening
    Thank you very much, Your Highness, members of the family, former Governor General Clarkson and colleagues from the Parliament of Canada, distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen, and of course all of those who are watching this from all across the country. Your Highness, four years ago, we stood together on this very site for the foundational ceremony of the Ismaili Centre, Aga Khan Museum and Park. I said then that these projects promised to be another stunning addition to Canada’s growing array of architectural treasures.
    Toronto, Ontario - 12 September 2014