Cana­dian PM Opens New Era of Canada-China Re­la­tions


hy­droplane pro­grams, clean en­ergy ve­hi­cles and the man­u­fac­ture of their com­po­nents and ac­ces­sories.

Ad­vo­cat­ing mul­ti­cul­tural, in­clu­sive and in­no­va­tive de­vel­op­ment, Justin Trudeau aims to gain pop­u­lar­ity in China via his Weibo and WeChat (a cross-plat­form in­stant mes­sag­ing ser­vice) ac­counts, on which he shares his thoughts and plans and main­tains close con­tact with Chi­nese peo­ple on­line and off­line.

Trudeau has his own clear goals. As he said on Weibo, “Canada’s prin­ci­pal goals for this visit were to build foun­da­tions for a stronger, more sta­ble Canada-China re­la­tion­ship so as to boost Canada’s eco­nomic growth and strengthen the mid­dle class.”

Dur­ing the G20 Hangzhou Sum­mit, Trudeau em­pha­sized the im­por­tance of de­vel­op­ing the econ­omy and ben­e­fit­ing the mid­dle class, par­tic­u­larly women and young peo­ple. “Eco­nomic growth should ben­e­fit all, in­stead of the rich­est one per­cent only,” Trudeau said.

“We have to cre­ate a world in which peo­ple have the

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