Engagement with the Pakistani diaspora in Canada is perhaps a first step in understanding the opposing view of this narrative, which is imperative to broker peace between the two nations, something which ironically, both Indian’s and Pakistani’s are eager to witness.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured in this file photograph on the Hill. His visit is yet another reminder to Pakistani-Canadians, that India will always be bigger and better, considering he is unlikely to ever visit Pakistan, with whom trade relations amounted to under a paltry $1-billion in 2016 compared to India’s $8-billion, writes Themrise Khan The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s visit to India last week, family in tow, was by most standards, an expected political move given the elevated status the world’s largest democracy currently maintains.
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