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Welcoming Neil Herrington, Senior VP, Americas as a panelist at our 6 November Event - US Midterm Elections Evening

Neil Herrington is Senior Vice President, Americas, for the United States Chamber of Commerce, Washington, D.C., the leading business organization in the world, and one of the principal authorities in the United States on the workings and benefits of international trade for US business. He will be able to give attendees an in depth overview on how US business views trade with Canada and the world in this period of the Trump Administration. An essential perspective for anyone planning to expand their business dealings in the United States. RSVP HERE

As Tariffs Hit, Chamber Ramps Up Trade Advocacy

Chamber files Comments Opposing Sec. 232 Auto Tariffs

Business, Agriculture Groups Lead NAFTA Lobby Day

White House Eyes FIRRMA As House Passes Its Version

AmCham Canada Survey of U.S. Business Confidence in Canada Shows Positive Outlook with Potential Storm Clouds on the Horizon,, visit the AmCham Canada website click here. 

New Leadership at AmCham Quebec

AmCham Quebec held its annual general meeting last night in Montreal and unanimously elected Antoine Tayyar as President and Daniel Fortin as Vice-President of the board of directors, replacing Julie Lessard and John C. Dunn, the outgoing co-chairs who will remain on the Board. Read the complete Press Release, click here 

AmCham Canada Launches New Semi-Annual Survey of U.S. Business Confidence in Canada

For the full News Release and Survey Results, visit the AmCham Canada website  click here

The Trump administration formally began its long-promised renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement on Thursday, sending Congress a letter that starts the clock on a 90-day waiting period before U.S. negotiators can sit down with their counterparts from Canada and Mexico.

Former U.S. President Barack Obama is coming to Montreal June 6 to deliver one of his first international speeches since joining the public speaking circuit.

The American Chamber of Commerce in Canada (AmCham Canada) monthly E-Communique --  News, Activities and Events driving U.S.-Canada Cross-Border Business. 

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