A labour of love: Meet the woman who led Canada into the world’s largest free-trade agreement

THE AGENDA: The people, ideas & events influencing our country

Kirsten Hillman, International Trade assistant deputy minister, wanted to be a ballet dancer growing up, but now says she has ‘the best job ever.’ She was the lead negotiator on Canada’s entrance into the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. P&I photograph by Cynthia Münster

By ALLY FOSTER

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, April 20, 2016 12:05 AM

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