Gov. Chris Christie, prospective presidential candidate, is headed north today to Canada for a two-day trade trade mission on energy and the economy. It’s the Republican’s second foreign trip in recent months.
The governor’s office said the trip, like the last, will focus on strengthening economic and cultural ties with the U.S.’s North American neighbor and improving energy production in the region. He’ll first meet with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and later business leaders to discuss matters pertaining to the Keystone XL pipeline.
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