Security and Prosperity Partnership

Government of Canada Officials To Address U.S.-Canada Security Partnership in Colorado Springs

Consulate General of Canada To Host Canadian Defense and Security Organizations at Homeland Defense Symposium 2008, Oct. 28-30

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Demonstrating the level and depth of the joint Canada-U.S. defense and security partnership, the Consulate General of Canada in Denver returns to the Homeland Defense Symposium for the fourth year in a row. During the Symposium, the Consulate will host a Canadian Pavilion (booths 67 – 72 and 76 – 81), from Tuesday, October 28 to Thursday, October 30, at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs.

The Pavilion will feature eight Canadian exhibitors, including government and trade organizations focused on national defense and security policies and technologies. During the Consulate’s annual wine and cheese reception, which will be held at the Pavilion on Wednesday, October 29, from 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m., guests — including U.S. conference participants and industry leaders — will have the opportunity to meet the Canadian exhibitors and discuss the importance of this bilateral relationship

RCMP, U.S. Army block public forum on the Security and Prosperity Partnership

July 11, 2007

RCMP, U.S. Army block public forum on the Security and Prosperity Partnership

The Council of Canadians has been told it will not be allowed to rent a municipal community centre for a public forum it had planned to coincide with the next Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP) summit in Montebello, Quebec on August 20 and 21.

The Municipality of Papineauville, which is about six kilometres from Montebello, has informed the Council of Canadians that the RCMP, the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) and the U.S. Army will not allow the municipality to rent the Centre Communautaire de Papineauville for a public forum on Sunday August 19, on the eve of the so-called Security and Prosperity Partnership Leaders Summit.