Canada's Trade Mission to Dominican Republic and Haiti

Twenty Canadian organizations primarily from the infrastructure and agri-food sectors participated in a trade mission to Dominican Republic and Haiti last week. The purpose of this mission was to match Canadian capabilities with opportunities in the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
 
The mission was led by Bernard Valcourt, Canadian Associate Minister of National Defense and Minister of State.
 
In Haiti, the delegation was received by the Center for Investment Facilitation (CFI) and the Presidential Council for Investment and Economic and Social Council.
 
“Haiti remains a focus for La Francophonie and for Canada,” said Minister Valcourt. “We aim to reinforce existing trade links and create new business opportunities between Canada and Haiti. The Haitian private sector and international investors have an important role to play in rebuilding and strengthening Haiti’s economy.”
 
Participating Organizations include:
Ædifica Inc., Montréal, Quebec
BGC Engineering Inc., Halifax, Nova Scotia
D. I. Jenkins & Associates Inc., Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Dynamic Air Shelters Ltd., Calgary, Alberta
Geninov Inc., Montréal, Quebec
Groupe IBI/DAA Inc., Montréal, Quebec
Groupe Lépine International, Inc., Montréal, Quebec
Haven Timber Homes Ltd., Lac La Hache, British Columbia
HG Environnement, Blainville, Quebec
K-Line Insulators Limited, Toronto, Ontario
LED Roadway Lighting Ltd., Halifax, Nova Scotia
Ministère des Relations internationales, Québec, Quebec
Moloney Electric Inc., Toronto, Ontario
Pars Intermodal Inc., Montréal, Quebec
PoleCo, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Saint John Port Authority, Saint John, New Brunswick
SNC Lavalin International Inc., Montréal, Quebec
Stark International Inc., New Glasgow, Nova Scotia
Terra Vista Ltd., Glovertown, Newfoundland and Labrador
WE-Supreme, Red Deer, Alberta
 
Canada has more free trade agreements with Latin America and the Caribbean than with the rest of the world combined.

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