Trudeau and Harper both in Washington, DC to talk trade
Canada's two most recent prime ministers may cross paths this week in Washington.
Former political adversaries Justin Trudeau and Stephen Harper will both be in the U-S capital to discuss trade ahead of the resumption of NAFTA talks.
Trudeau leaves today for D-C, where he'll first make a stop at a dinner celebrating female entrepreneurs.
He'll sit down with U-S President Donald Trump and congressional lawmakers tomorrow, while Harper attends a panel event just blocks away.
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