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Much like the Pacific Northwest Economic Region ("PNWER"), the Council of the Great Lakes Region will provide a forum for public and private stakeholders to influence and shape binational, regional policy.
The province is now associated with the WGA, CSG-West, PNWER, and the International Mobility and Trade Corridor (IMTC).
Our two jurisdictions have also worked in tandem to advocate with the US and Canadian federal governments through organizations such as PNWER to advance development and acceptance of the Enhanced Driver's Licence.
At a kick-off workshop in Spokane, Washington, in November 2001, PNWER brought together the core partnership members, including the major utilities providers from both sides of the U.S.
Unlike PNWER, which is a private-public partnership, PACE is a non-profit private sector-supported organisation established to promote free trade along the North American west.
Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER), "Background and history", 2016, disponible en http://www.pnwer.org/about-us.html
PNWER Arctic Caucus meets annually as a means of identifying those three jurisdictions' priorities in terms of northern living and economic development.
The Pacific Northwest Economic Region ("PNWER") is the oldest and strongest of the regional coalitions, with a much broader mandate than simply cross-border critical infrastructure resiliency.
The exercise involved 70 organizations and was carried out by the Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER)--a group that brings together economic interests in Alaska, Alberta (British Columbia), Idaho, Oregon, Montana, Washington, and the Yukon Territory.
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