Newman: What should Canada’s top foreign policy priority be in 2013?

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6 January, 2013
By: Don Newman
Chairman of Canada 2020, Senior Columnist with

Canada’s top foreign policy priority should be to continue developing political and economic relations with Asia. Both with China and India but also with other emerging markets. And with a market that has already emerged: Japan. Part of this strategy should also be domestic. Building pipelines and terminals on the B.C. Coast to meet Asian energy needs.

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