Canada maintains strong bilateral relationships with the United States (US) and the European Union (EU). While the US and Canada share one of the closest and most extensive relationships in the world, Canada is the EU's oldest formal relationship with close historical ties. With shared interests in trade, security policies, and international issues, the US and the EU remain Canada's number one and number two most traded with partners, respectively. Within the last 10 years, Canada has made large steps in securing and furthering its trade relationship by drafting and negotiating trade agreements.

The categories of the content covered are:

Canada - US Trade

Canada - US Country Relations

Canada - EU Trade

Canada - EU Country Relations

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Canada - US Trade

Goes into detail on current and past trade agreements between the two countries.

Canada - US Country Relations

Discusses the status of the relationship between Canada and the U.S. and issues that both countries are debating.

Canada - EU Trade

Highlights Canada-EU trade relationship through the discussion of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement.

Canada - EU Country Relations

Discusses the bilateral relationship and the common goals and values that both EU-Canada share.

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