Canada–Mexico relations are relations between Canada and the United Mexican States. Although historic ties between the two nations have been dormant, relations between Canada and Mexico have positively changed in recent years, seeing as both countries brokered the NAFTA. They were on different sides of the Cold War Spectrum (Canada was a member of NATO while Mexico was in the Non-Aligned Movement, though Mexico later left; the two countries were, however, allies in World War II). Both nations are members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, G-20 major economies, Lima Group, Organization of American States, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the United Nations.

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