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Public Record - Non-Partisan Conference on International Trade (Part 5 of 5)


Panellists take part in a session entitled “Canada–European Union Free Trade Negotiations,” Ottawa, Ont., December 7, 2009. Scott Brison (the Liberal Party international trade critic) organized this series of roundtable discussions in anticipation of “Canada at 150: Rising to the Challenge,” a non-partisan conference scheduled to take place in Montreal in March 2010.

The speakers in this final conference session are Pierre-Marc Johnson (the former Quebec premier), Thomas D’Aquino (the chief executive and president of the Canadian Council of Chief Executives), and Roy MacLaren (the Canadian chair of the Canada–Europe Roundtable for Business). Former international trade minister Jim Peterson makes opening remarks and introduces the speakers.


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