Who would be the best to lead a "high level delegation" to China to sort out the canola issue?



On Tuesday morning while in Winnipeg, Prime Minister Trudeau stated that “we are looking at the possibility of sending a high level delegation to China.” The Prime Minister is facing stiff criticism from western Canadian farmers for the lack of apparent action and response on the canola matter. This critique will only heighten with the addition of Viterra to a list of two companies unable to export canola to China due to alleged hazardous pests. Western Canadian farmers have repeatedly asked why Canada is yet to have the Chinese ambassador position filled or why a delegation has not been sent…

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