On October 24, 2022, iAffairs in partnership with NPSIA and Canada-China Focus hosted a one-day conference discussing Canada-China Relations.

The conference brought together a diversity of voices seeking an independent foreign policy for Canada, one that is inclusive, identifies actual risks and challenges, and considers innovative agendas for peace and justice in Asia Pacific.

Throughout the conference, iAffairs Canada interviewed experts and students who participated in the panels for their assessment and suggestions on Canada’s foreign policy.

Interviewees include:

Senator Yeun Pau Woo
Canadian Senator

Stuart Trew
Senior Researcher, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives

John Price
Professor, University of Victoria

Gregory T. Chin
Associate Professor, York University

Bingjun Tang
MA Student, Norman Paterson School of International Affairs

Shaun Narine
Associate Professor, St. Thomas University

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