Consultative Forum on China
This two-year initiative by the Public Policy Forum and its partners, started in 2017, provides fresh ideas to shape the future of Canada’s relationship with China, one that is acceptable to Canadians seeking to understand the potentials and pitfalls of greater engagement.
A report was released on Oct. 10, 2018.
China and Canada in an Era of Global DisruptionTuesday December 19, 2017
Canada-China meeting: National Security and Human RightsTuesday December 19, 2017
A Mouse Sleeping Next to a Dragon: New Twitches and GruntsTuesday December 19, 2017
Canada-China Session 2: a discussion of national security, human rights and geoeconomicsTuesday December 19, 2017
The Canada-China RelationshipSaturday December 9, 2017
AUDIO | Edward Greenspon talks China with Danielle SmithThursday July 6, 2017
Canada’s China puzzle: We need a national discussionThursday June 29, 2017
CBC Analysis: NAFTA talks forced Canada to pick a side in U.S.-China trade war
Tom Walkon at the Toronto Star: How Canada can break its dependence on the United States
Business in Vancouver: Canada should turn to sector-specific deals with China in light of USMCA, report says
Maclean’s Op-ed: How Canada can work on trade with China—without angering America
CBC: Canada can avoid offending U.S. by pursuing sectoral trade with China: report
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