Hand. Indigenous people mined copper long before the arrival of Europeans to the area. We are the home of international gaming studios and the burgeoning hub of Artificial Intelligence. We also need to support our youth in gaining global experience for their future career prospects, and securing Canadas place in the global economy. The new cptpp was renegotiated with a view to looking beyond the few current large exporters to those unaccustomed or ready for new markets. Speaker, on Friday we will celebrate another landmark trade agreement secured under this government: the first anniversary of the trade agreement with Europe, ceta. 2 Mishipeshu is known for guarding the vast amounts of copper in Lake Superior and the Great Lakes Region. We are, after all, a Pacific Nation. We changed the terms of trade protecting our intellectual property, our unique culture and we expanded access to a market of 500 million consumers, covering 13 per cent of global GDP. That is why next month I will host a WTO Reform Summit in Ottawa. The direct translation would be something closer to "The greatly revered lynx." See Freelang Ojibwe Dictionary Gidmark, Jill. Speaker, I urge all members in this House and the other place to move swiftly on this Bill. 12 In 2003, archaeologist Brad Lepper suggested that the Alligator Effigy Mound in Granville, Ohio represents the underwater panther. The water panther came growling after them, vigorously accusing them of stealing the playthings of his children. The opportunities are enormous. A b c Kohl, Johann (1859). Our competitiveness depends on opening more markets and making those markets more accessible, particularly for small and medium-sized businesses. 12 Mishipizheu were said to live in the deepest parts of lakes and rivers, where they can cause storms. The cptpp also addresses non-tariff measures that we know are prevalent and which create business uncertainty for our exporters. We will not stop until Canada is the epicentre of global trade and the worlds most connected, stable, predictable, innovative and in-demand market on earth. And that includes the auto sector where we know non-tariff barriers have been a constant irritant. Speaker, it is with enthusiasm and optimism that I rise in the House today to speak about our governments plan to diversify Canadas trade.