US Ambassador Bruce Heyman, at a Canada 2020 event welcoming him to Canada on June 2 at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa.
Peter Mazereeuw Published: Wednesday, 06/11/2014 12:00 am EDT Last Updated: Sunday, 06/29/2014 6:12 pm EDT
United States Ambassador Bruce Heyman took a shot at the federal government’s stalled anti-counterfeiting bill in his first major public speech in Canada last week, decrying an exemption for goods in transit from a third country to the US.
If you are already a subscriber
Subscribe to Embassy
Subscribe to the print and electronic editions and get instant access to Embassy online.
Purchase this week's edition of Embassy in electronic format (PDF) for $4.00
Editor’s Note: Comments that appear on the site are not the opinion of The Embassy. Personal attacks,
name-calling, offensive language, and unsubstantiated allegations are not allowed.
For more information on our commenting policies, please see our Community Discussion Rules page.
If you see a typo or error in a story, report it to us here email@example.com.