Canada-Africa Chamber of Commerce congratulates Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and highlights political commitments to Africa



Canada-Africa Chamber of Commerce congratulates Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and highlights political commitments to Africa

We stand ready to support anyone advancing the acceleration of trade and investment between Canada and Africa and we are delighted to see the spotlight on this agenda over the past few weeks.

TORONTO, Canada, September 22, 2021 / APO Group / –

The Canada-Africa Chamber of Commerce ( is pleased to congratulate Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on his re-election.

We recognize and applaud the commitments made by various candidates to deepen ties with Africa, including the Prime Minister’s commitment to an economic cooperation strategy which reads as follows: “ Developing an economic cooperation strategy through the ‘Africa, including support for the African Continental Free Trade Agreement, facilitating increased investment in infrastructure and expanding partnerships in research and innovation.’ ‘

We were delighted to see that some of the recommendations discussed by the Chairman of the Board and the Chairman of the Canada-Africa Growth Coalition are reflected in Prime Minister Trudeau’s platform.

Last year, the Chamber had the pleasure of participating in the Prime Minister’s visit to Ethiopia coinciding with the 33rd African Union Summit, as well as during engagements in Senegal. In Addis Ababa, Mr. Trudeau recognized the hard work of Canadian companies across Africa and announced a new Memorandum of Understanding from the Canada-Africa Chamber of Commerce.

“As a non-partisan, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization, we are proud to do our part in accelerating trade and investment between Canada and African markets. We are committed to supporting these goals for Africa, ” said Sebastian Spio-Garbrah, Chairman of the Board, speaking from the organization’s headquarters in Accra.

“We are honored to have worked with candidates across the aisle at their invitation to us,” added Garreth Bloor, President of the Canada-Africa Chamber of Commerce, speaking from his Toronto office. .

“We are ready to support anyone advancing the acceleration of trade and investment between Canada and Africa and we are delighted to see the spotlight on this agenda in recent weeks, as reported by Canadian media. . “

For anyone interested in Canada-Africa business and huge trade and investment opportunities, the key event on the Canada-Africa Chamber’s calendar is Africa’s Acceleration 2021. The International Forum for Online and live information exchange from October 26 to 28 focuses on Canada Vital role as a partner engaged in Africa’s economic restart after COVID-19.

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