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Justin Trudeau also made it clear that the country will continue its work to defend Canada's interests, regardless of the president elected in the United States next November.

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A team of &' experts led by the federal government will be established to prepare Canada for the American presidential elections, which will be held in November. This was announced Tuesday by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on the last day of his cabinet's closed retreat in Montreal.

This Team Canada, led by the Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry, François Philippe-Champagne, and the Minister of Export Promotion, International Trade and Economic Development, Mary Ng, will work particularly to defend Canada's interests and to promote bilateral agreements between Ottawa and Washington.

Canada's Ambassador to the United States, Kirsten Hillman, will also lead this group composed of experts, business leaders, unions and universities, as well as provincial and territorial partners to strengthen ties with United States in several areas.

Asked about a possible re-election of Donald Trump, Mr. Trudeau mentions that the country must prepare for any eventuality, but wishes to recall the effectiveness of his government when it defended itself against the repeated assaults of the x27;former US president on economic issues.

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Mr. Trump represents uncertainty. We don't know what it will bring, but we have managed well its attacks on workers or supply management in the past by renegotiating NAFTA to better protect our industries. But we must work constructively with the United States, our greatest ally, he said on these negotiations, which ultimately led to the adoption of CUSMA.

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Donald Trump could be re-elected next November, which fuels a feeling of uncertainty within the Canadian government. (File photo)

The Prime Minister also emphasizes that no American president is easy for a Canadian Prime Minister because of the weight that the United States carries on discussions between the two countries.

It's a complex relationship where American interests take up a lot of space in the discussions. The Canadian approach, however, remains the same: to defend Canadian interests and demonstrate that [economic] integration is a good thing on both sides of the border and that it benefits both countries, he adds.< /p>

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