Lessons from Harper’s trip to China

Will the Harper government show the same sensitivity to Quebec’s sense of belonging as it expressed to China's human rights record?

PMO Photo: Jason Ransom
Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks in Beijing, China on Nov. 8.
Pascal Desbiens
Published: Monday, 11/24/2014 10:00 pm EST
Last Updated: Monday, 11/24/2014 10:04 pm EST

Prime Minister Stephen Harper proudly presented his third official visit to China earlier this month as a resounding success. The two countries have agreed to establish an economic and financial strategic dialogue. They also agreed to measures to support the greater use of renminbi, the official currency of China.

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