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Secretary Rice: Travel to Canada, September 11-12, 2006

Secretary Rice appearing with Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Peter MacKay thanks airport workers at the Halifax International Airport on the 5th anniversary of the events of 9/11. State Department photo
Secretary Rice thanks airport workers at the Halifax International Airport on the 5th anniversary of the events of 9/11.
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice traveled to Nova Scotia, Canada. The Secretary and Canadian Foreign Minister Peter MacKay visited Halifax and Stellarton.

The trip to the Foreign Minister’s home province occured on the fifth anniversary of September 11 to underscore our two countries’ extraordinary friendship, shared values, and continuing commitment to work together closely as partners on a wide range of issues of mutual concern. [Photos]

Remarks by Secretary Rice
--09/12/06  Interview by Amy Smith of the Halifax Chronicle Herald
--09/12/06  Interview by Steve Murphy of ATV Evening News
--09/12/06  Interview by Jon Karl of ABC News
--09/12/06  Interview by Michael Tutton of The Canadian Press
--09/12/06  Remarks at the Museum of Industry
--09/12/06  Remarks With Canadian Foreign Minister Peter MacKay At the Museum of Industry
--09/11/06 Remarks at 9/11 Commemoration Ceremony With Citizens of Halifax
--09/11/06 Remarks to Halifax International Airport Officials and Staff
--09/11/06 Briefing En Route Halifax, Nova Scotia


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