Opportunities for youth abroad: bolstering Canada’s global economic position

By following Brazil’s example and supporting Canadians to study abroad and to gain hands-on international experience in a research or in an industry setting related to their field of study, we can address two major priorities for Canada: better preparing our young people for careers in a global economy, and enhancing our linkages with key trade partners.

By Margaux Béland

PUBLISHED : Friday, April 11, 2014 7:40 PM

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