U.S. President Joe Biden vowed to work with Canada in relation to his “Buy American” policy, which would tighten existing rules on government procurement by guaranteeing contracts to U.S. companies, during his call with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last weekcovid,COVID-19,health care,politics,vaccine,cov arc vaccine,Toronto,Calgary,Winnipeg,Halifax,third wave,EM1,KMI2,smg_canada,smg2_news,InHouseArticle_thestar,algolock,starlock.
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“We voiced our concerns with respect to that, because we have a very good trade deal with themThe remarkable work done, not al, very integrated supply chains, and that this could possibly have some effects on CanadaThe vaccination clinics nearby,” Garneau told CTV’s Question Period Sunday.
“President Biden indicated that he was very sensitive to that and that the two countries would stay in touchIn an alarming new trend, people are dying at home from COVID-19 a, so that there wouldn’t be any unintended consequences with respect to our very strong and integrated supply chains.”