Recent Developments in Japan-Canada Relations
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The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 1 Dec 1983, p. 140-150


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Recent Developments in Japan-Canada Relations


A brief review of some historical moments of significance between Japan and Canada. 1977—the one-hundredth anniversary of the landing of the first Japanese immigrant at New Westminster, B.C. Canadian efforts, post WW II, to help Japan reactivate international relations. Mr. Trudeau and his efforts to include Japan in the peace and nuclear disarmament issue. Multilateral trade negotiations. A review of current relations. The Exhibition of Contemporary Japanese Ceramics in Canada. An agreement for mutual cooperation to promote cultural and academic exchanges. The establishment of the Canada-Pacific Co-operation Committee. The possibility of establishing an Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada. Trade and investment between Japan and Canada. Economic relations. Telidon; Northern Telecom; Mitel. Protectionism with regard to the automobile industry. Canada a promising venue for investment from Japan.