In Committee from the Senate of Canada - Foreign Affairs - March 6, 2014
Dominique Caouette, a professor at the University of Montreal, appearing as an individual discusses the economic diversity of the ever changing Asia-Pacific region. Also appearing as individuals, Denis Côté (Canadian Council for International Co-operation) examines human rights in the area and Karen McBride (Canadian Bureau for International Education) talks about the benefits of cooperative education with the region.
During the second part of the meeting, Pittman Potter, a professor of law at the University of British Columbia and Scott Gilmore (Building Markets), both appearing as individuals discuss security issues and the need to pursue entrepreneurial opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. (March 6, 2014)