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PM Trudeau Visit to OECD, April 16, 2018. Photos: Herve Cortinat / OECD

Canadian PM Trudeau Visits OECD

April 16, 2018 - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the OECD and met with Secretary-General Gurria today to discuss support for the G7 Presidency, including promoting growth that works for everyone; gender equality; policies for the future of work; and tackling marine plastics.

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