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Managing Security and Trade in the Canada-Japan Relationship

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March 25, 2019 | 8:30am - 12:30pm | KPMG, 150 Elgin Street, Suite 1800, Ottawa, ON


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With support from the Embassy of Japan in Canada and the U.S.-Japan Research Institute in Washington, this workshop will be taking stock of the current Canada-Japan security and trade relationship and is intended to offer analysis and offer recommendations going forward. With the implementation of the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (December 30, 2018) Canada and Japan effectively enjoy free trade. The challenge now for governments and business will be to take full advantage of the agreement so as to increase both trade and investment flows. Meanwhile, there are real and growing security challenges in the Indo-Pacific, including the North Pacific.

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Program Information

08:30: Registration/Welcome (coffee/tea)

08:55: Opening Remarks: CGAI and H.E. Kimihiro Ishikane, Ambassador of Japan to Canada

09:00-09:45: Managing Security in the North Pacific: What can we do? Professor Masayuki Tadokoro, Keio University, Rob Wright former Canadian Ambassador to Japan and China, Don Bobiash, Assistant Deputy Minister, Asia-Pacific, Global Affairs Canada, Dr. David Welch, University of Waterloo Moderated by Sarah Goldfeder, Earnscliffe

09:45-10:15: Networking/Coffee Break

10:15-11:00: Building on the CPTPP: What do we need to do? Mr. Mikio Sugeno, Nikkei Shimbun Bureau Chief in Washington, DC, Jonathan Fried, G20 Sherpa, Global Affairs Canada, Goldy Hyder, Business Council of Canada Moderated by Deanna Horton, University of Toronto

11:00-12:30: Wrap Up and Sandwich Lunch

Registration is free of charge. To register for this event, please RSVP to Brittany Noppe bnoppe@cgai.ca

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