On China, economic reality bites
Now that the election is over, hard truths on China and the U.S. await.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, pictured. With the return of the Two Michaels, attention in Canada on relations with China will now have to shift to the unavoidable issues that have been put off to lurk in the background. Chief among these is how does trade-dependent Canada navigate a global economy where China is the world’s largest economy, writes Carlo Dade. Photograph courtesy of Wikimedia Commons