OTTAWA (AP) President Bush heads to Canada today for talks
with the leaders of Canada and Mexico.
They've been working on an evolving compact dubbed the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America. It's a way for the nations to team up on health, security and commerce.
While Bush shares many of the same views as Stephen Harper and Felipe Calderon, not all is cheery. There is opposition in Canada to its troop presence in Afghanistan. And there's the messy issue of immigration.
The last time he met with Calderon, Bush was optimistic about getting a new immigration law. Since then, his plan died in Congress.
No dramatic announcements are expected from the meeting.