Obama holds talks with Canada's opposition leader
Visiting U.S. President Barack Obama on Thursday held talks with leader of Canada's opposition Liberal Party Michael Ignatieff. Ignatieff said earlier that he would discuss Canada-U.S. border issues and energy initiatives with the president, Xinhua reported.
He also said Canada and the United States need to work together to "find our way" in Afghanistan.
It is a Canadian tradition for the opposition leader to meet with a visiting U.S. president. Immediately after the meeting, Obama will return to Washington, wrapping up his first foreign trip as U.S. president.