Canada pushes for stronger relationship with Mexico
Canada is pushing to strengthen its relationship with Mexico, recognizing the country’s economic rise and importance as a trading partner and looking past its current struggles with violence and crime.
In a move to improve relations, Canada recently took steps to remove its requirement for Mexican visitors to have visas.
“Mexico, in our lifetime, is going to be a top-10 world economy, and potentially in our lifetime, a top-five world economy,” said Foreign Affairs minister John Baird.
Source: The Globe and Mail