Canada is setting up an export agency office in the UK in an attempt to boost trade links with one of its biggest trading partners after the EU referendum.
In the latest indication of the desire of non-EU countries to do more business with the UK, Export Development Canada (EDC) will open a London site this week.
Britain is already Canada’s third-largest trading partner, with more than C$20bn (£11.5bn) of exports last year.
More than half comes from precious metals such as gold and silver, as Canada has a major mining industry.
Britain also imports more than C$10m of maple syrup from Canada each year.
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