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Western Premiers address economic growth, affordability, and collaboration with the Federal Government

The premiers of Canada's Western provinces and territories convened to address shared priorities for economic growth and quality of life improvements. Key concerns included inflation, high interest rates, rising food prices, and housing costs. They emphasized the need for federal collaboration to fund school food programs, enhance supply chains, and support farmers. Premiers highlighted the urgency for long-term federal commitments to childcare and other affordability initiatives. Additionally, they stressed the importance of federal investment in infrastructure, energy security, and Indigenous economic partnerships. Discussions also covered Arctic security, Canada-U.S. relations, public safety, and disaster preparedness, calling for strengthened federal engagement and support across these areas.




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