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Paul Martin, Prime Minister of Canada
As Prime Minister, I look forward to the opportunity to rally Canadians toward a new sense of national purpose and around a new agenda of change and achievement. I believe we have made much progress as a nation - but I believe we can do even better.

That is why I am so excited to be leading this new government, and starting a process that will lead Canada to greatness. In fact, I believe that process has already begun.

Please use this site to learn all about our vision, our team and how we are addressing the issues that are important to all Canadians.

January 12, 2004: Prime Minister speaking at the Inauguration Ceremony of the Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, Mexico. Photo by Dave Chan.
Prime Minister Paul Martin speaks to the inauguration ceremony of the Special Summit of the Americas
I am pleased and honoured to be here in Monterrey at this first gathering of hemispheric leaders since the Quebec City Summit of the Americas, as well as my first international meeting as Canada’s Prime Minister.   [Read More]

January 11, 2004: PM on route to the Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, Mexico.  Photo by Dave Chan.
Prime Minister sets out his agenda for the Special Summit of the Americas
Prime Minister Paul Martin today announced plans to discuss Canada’s role in the Americas and ways to improve Canada-U.S. relations as he participates in the Summit of the Americas in Monterrey, Mexico this week.   [Read More]

Holiday Message
On January 1st, Prime Minister Martin offered Canadians his Holidays Greetings and best wishes for the new year. You can view the Prime Minister’s message on this site.   [Read More]

A New Approach
Prime Minister Paul Martin announced a new Ministry, committing that it will be guided by a new attitude and new approach in working toward real progress on the priorities that matter most to people.   [Read More]



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