PHOENIX - Governor Jan Brewer is in Toronto this week to discuss energy and trade issues with Canada, according to an article by Phoenix Business Journal.
Brewer will speak at the Toronto Global Forum Tuesday to push Arizona as a business location and discuss other issues related to her home state.
According to the Phoenix Business Journal, Arizona actually has a lot of ties to Canada. They are Arizona's second leading trade partner and Canadians purchased 11,000 homes in the Phoenix area last year. Read the article.
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