The Eastern Canadian Premiers and New England Governors wrapped up their conference in Charlottetown Monday by adopting a number of resolutions.
Premier Wade MacLauchlan, who co-chaired the conference, says they adopted formal resolutions on cross border trade, climate change, active transportation, and on collaboration in response to emergencies.
The Premiers and Governors expressed support for a refreshed NAFTA that will modernize the trading relationship.
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy says the best result would see as little harm done as possible during negotiations.
Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil says the states and provinces are working to grow economic ties that run historically deep.