Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly responds to questions at the House of Commons in Ottawa in March. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly responds to questions at the House of Commons in Ottawa in March. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
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Canada’s foreign minister calls out ‘increasingly disruptive’ China

  • Melanie Joly teased parts of a new Indo-Pacific strategy, as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to attend a trio of major summits in the region
  • She also warned Canadian companies to be ‘clear-eyed’ about doing business in and with China

Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly responds to questions at the House of Commons in Ottawa in March. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Melanie Joly responds to questions at the House of Commons in Ottawa in March. Photo: The Canadian Press via AP
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