‘I look forward to working with the Obama Administration over the next four years’

by Aaron Wherry

Stephen Harper’s statement on the re-election of U.S. President Barack Obama.

“On behalf of the Government of Canada, I would like to congratulate President Barack Obama on his victory in tonight’s election and on being re-elected by the American people for a second term.

“Canada and the United States enjoy one of the closest and most extensive relationships in the world.

“Over the last four years, the President and I have worked on several important bilateral initiatives to generate jobs and growth in both our countries. This includes the Beyond the Border Action Plan, which will speed up trade and travel across our borders while also enhancing security.

We are also working together with other partners to conclude the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, which seeks to boost trade in the Asia-Pacific region. 

“I look forward to working with the Obama Administration over the next four years to continue finding ways to increase trade and investment flows between our countries. This includes putting in place the transportation and security infrastructure necessary to take bilateral commercial relations to new heights and reducing red tape so companies on both sides of the border can create more jobs.”

“I also look forward to continuing to work with President Obama on pressing global economic issues as well as on security challenges, such as those in Iran and Syria.

“I would also like to congratulate all incoming and re-elected Members of Congress and Governors. Close cooperation between our two countries will be essential as we seek to create jobs, growth and long-term prosperity over the coming months and years.”




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‘I look forward to working with the Obama Administration over the next four years’

  1. That’s pretty presumptuous of you Mr. Harper. Pretty sure October 2015 is less than three years away.

    • Perhaps not as presumptuous as Mulcair’s offer to help Obama save the world

    • There is that fixed electoral date thing. He’s already moved it forward once, maybe he thinks he can push it back a couple of years next time?

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