View from Mexico: A roadmap for relations with Canada From infrastructure to diplomacy,

Francisco Suárez Dávila | June 30, 2015  
Mexico’s Ambassador to Canada, Francisco Suárez Dávila, spoke to the House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and International Development on June 2, discussing what he saw as priorities for the next North American Leaders’ Summit. While he questioned why more Canadian students do not study in Mexico, and why Canada’s third-largest trading partner has been given such low priority for easing mobility,  “the good news,” he said, “is that Canada and Mexico, acting together, are making progress to reverse U.S. protectionist measures on COOL, working together on TPP negotiations, and there is also progress on visas.” Going forward, here are the 10 topics Ambassador Suarez says are “essential for the North America agenda” — in his own words.