Canada’s potential relationship with China must be put in perspective

Unless it can stimulate the development of industries of the future—the Internet of Things, genomics, smart infrastructure, and next-generation manufacturing—Canada will continue to be heavily dependent on exporting raw materials to China.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with China’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi in Ottawa on June 1. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti

By DAVID CRANE

PUBLISHED : Monday, Aug. 29, 2016 12:00 AM

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