Opinion

Emerging world order requires Canada to partner with China

A multi-polar world with more tolerance for different kinds of governance structures and less talk about universal values would likely be a more peaceful and prosperous world. Canada needs to insert itself into this vision.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets with China’s Minister of Foreign Affairs Wang Yi, in Ottawa on June 1. China's emerging global importance, and its vision for a world order, make it necessary for Canada to establish a close relationship, writes Gary Levy. PMO photograph by Adam Scotti

By GARY LEVY

PUBLISHED : Monday, Sept. 5, 2016 12:00 AM

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