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Prime Minister Trudeau recently published Mandate Letters for his entire Cabinet. Several key Ministers’ letters refer directly to the auto sector.
On November 4th, 2015, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Cabinet were sworn in to lead Canada’s 23rd Government. On November 13th, Prime Minister Trudeau published Mandate Letters for all of his Ministers. A mandate letter provides a framework for what Ministers are expected to accomplish, including specific policy objectives and challenges to be addressed. There are several key Ministers whose Mandate Letters refer directly to working with the auto sector including:
Over the next couple of the months, the APMA will be meeting with all of these Ministers as well as other Members of Parliament from all parties to highlight the importance of and to advocate for investment and fair policy towards the auto parts industry.
We will continue to ensure that all government representatives, political and bureaucratic, fully understand the vital role that auto parts manufacturers and their 85,000 employees and $25 billion in sales play in both Canada’s economy and society as a whole
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