Vermont, Quebec to signal joint declaration amid U.S.-Canada tensions

STOWE, Vt. — The governor of Vermont and the premier of Quebec are anticipated to signal a joint declaration to strengthen the cooperative ties between the state and province.

The signing takes place Sunday afternoon in Stowe forward of the assembly of political leaders from the New England states and the premiers of the 5 jap Canadian provinces in Stowe on Monday.

The settlement and assembly are occurring as a bitter commerce dispute simmers between Washington and Ottawa.

Republican Gov. Phil Scott’s workplace says the declaration builds upon an earlier cooperative settlement and advances collaboration in commerce, power, environmental safety, transportation and tourism. Scott and Premier Phillipe Couillard are anticipated to signal the declaration on the summit of the Stowe Mountain Resort ski space.

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