Minister Dreeshen will travel from Sept. 26 to Oct. 1 to meet with elected government officials and discuss expanding cross-border economic corridors.

“The seamless movement of goods and services within Canada and through the United States is vital for economic growth and the movement of agricultural, forestry and energy products on both sides of the border. To achieve our goals, we must take a nation-building approach to economic corridors, looking beyond Alberta’s borders to opportunities across the province, the country and the continent.”

Devin Dreeshen, Minister of Transportation and Economic Corridors

Minister Dreeshen will travel with one government staff member. Mission expenses will be posted on the travel and expense disclosure page.

Alberta’s government is committed to working with its national and international partners to create opportunities for people and businesses in Alberta to reach new markets around the world.

Itinerary for Minister Dreeshen*

Sept. 26

  • Travel to Washington, D.C.

Sept. 27

  • Meetings with House representatives
  • Meetings with transportation stakeholders

Sept. 28

  • Meetings with House representatives
  • Travel to Manchester, N.H.

Sept. 29

  • Meetings with state representatives

Sept. 30

  • Travel to Toronto

Oct. 1

  • Meetings with Ontario government representatives
  • Return to Edmonton

*Subject to change.