OTTAWA – The Three Friends have returned.
The White House announced this morning that US President Joe Biden will receive Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in Washington, DC, next week.
The meeting will mark the first North American Leaders Summit since 2016, before the election of US President Donald Trump as president put the meeting on hiatus.
It will be Trudeau’s first visit to Washington since Biden took office in January.
The White House says this year’s iteration will take place on November 18 and see the three leaders discuss a variety of issues facing Canada, Mexico and the United States.
These include the COVID-19 pandemic, climate change, and migration, with a focus on ways to work together to address each.