The Trudeau government is reaching out to mend fences with an Indian politician who has accused it of including Sikh separatists in its cabinet. Capt. Amarinder Singh is an Indian war hero and chief minister — or governor — of the state of Punjab. Singh is a Sikh, and he runs India's only majority-Sikh state. But he's also an implacable enemy of the separatists who have tried to break away from India to form a Sikh nation they called Khalistan. Last year, Capt.
Former B.C. Premier Ujjal Dosanjh believes one thing has remained constant since his time in office as the first Indo-Canadian to govern a province. "Trade still doesn't amount to much," he said. "Since the time I was premier, prime ministers and premiers have been going over and yet trade just hasn't grown as much as it could."
On March 8, Canada's minister of international trade, Francois-Philippe Champagne, will sign the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership — the CPTPP, formerly known as the TPP. CBC News has learned that the following day, if all goes as planned, Canada's delegation will board a plane and fly over the Andes to Asuncion, Paraguay, to launch free trade talks with the Mercosur bloc of nations. Mercosur is a trade bloc formed in 1991 by Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.
PM Trudeau and delegation landing in Ahmedabad, from the cockpit. This Canadian Air Force Polaris turns 31 years old tomorrow! Thanks to the aircrew for the privilege of watching true professionals at work. https://t.co/s6V89mi82X
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