Canada to Eliminate Visas for Mexicans in December
According to official sources from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s offices (quoted by The Globe and Mail), Canada will eliminate visa requirements for Mexican travelers. The prestigious publication stated that Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto must “offer assurances there won’t be a flood of people from Mexico claiming refugee status.”
Otherwise, the Canadian government would impose visa restrictions similar to those put in place in 2006 by former Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. President Peña Nieto will conduct his first official visit to Canada June 26 – 28 to attend the North American Leaders’ Summit along with the President of the United States of America, Barak Obama, and Prime Minister Trudeau. Tthe North American Leaders’ Summit will give Canada the chance to work closely with the United States and Mexico, so that each country can create jobs, strengthen their communities, and build a clean growth economy. The leaders will also take important steps to create a more integrated, sustainable, and globally-competitive North American economy.