Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be in Providence this Thursday to deliver the keynote address at the National Governors Association meeting.

The U.S. Governor's summer summit is being held in Rhode Island this year and will bring a reported 30 governors to the Ocean State (A high turnout for the annual meeting).

Trudeau is said to be attending in order to talk trade, cross-border security and the potential for common solutions on climate change.

The PM said in a statement that he wants to strengthen the “vital relationship” between Canada and the United States, adding no other international relationship is more important to Canadian prosperity.

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