North American Leaders' Summit

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Canada, Mexico and the United States, members of the NAFTA.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, left, U.S. President Barack Obama, centre, and Mexican President Felipe Calderón, right at the North American Leaders' Summit at the Cabañas Cultural Center in Guadalajara. Monday, August 10, 2009.

The North American Leaders' Summit is the official name of the trilateral annual summit between the prime minister of Canada, and the presidents of Mexico and the United States.[1][2][3] It started as the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, a continent-level dialogue, founded on 23 March 2005. The summit is often referred to as the Three Amigos Summit in the popular press.[4][5]

Meetings[edit]

Year # Dates Country City Host leader
2005 1st March 23 United States United States Waco, Texas George W. Bush
2006 2nd March 31 Mexico Mexico Cancún Vicente Fox
2007 3rd August 20-21 Canada Canada Montebello, Canada Stephen Harper
2008 4th April 21-22 United States United states New Orleans George W. Bush
2009 5th August 8-11 Mexico Mexico Guadalajara Felipe Calderon
2010 6th No meeting Canada Canada Wakefield, Quebec Stephen Harper
2011 7th November 13 United States United States Honolulu Barack Obama
2012 8th April 2 United States United States Washington, D.C. Barack Obama
2014 9th February 19 Mexico Mexico Toluca Enrique Peña Nieto

Leaders[edit]

Canada Prime Minister of Canada United States President of the United States Mexico President of Mexico
2005 Paul Martin George W. Bush Vicente Fox
2006 Stephen Harper
2007 Felipe Calderón
2008
2009 Barack Obama
2010
2011
2012
2013 Enrique Peña Nieto
2014

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