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Alabama delegation seeks closer Canada ties at SEUS-CP

Commerce Secretary Greg Canfield is leading an Alabama delegation traveling to Canada for next week’s business meeting of the Southeastern United States-Canadian Provinces Alliance (SEUS-CP), a partnership that seeks to expand commercial opportunities and broaden cultural exchange.

This year’s annual conference is being held in the port city of St. John’s, the capital of Newfoundland and Labrador province. The event begins Sunday and runs through Tuesday.

Participants from six Southeastern states and six Canadian provinces will have the opportunity to meet with potential partners across the alliance to build relationships, expand markets and develop supply chain opportunities.

Secretary Canfield said the alliance represents a textbook example of how international commerce can be mutually beneficial between regions.

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