Pacific Partnerships: Connecting Indigenous People in Canada to Opportunities in Asia
In the lead up to the Nation 2 Nation Forum, held in Vancouver on March 30, 2017, BC Assembly of First Nations Acting Regional Chief Maureen Chapman stated: “As the economic importance of the Asia Pacific grows, B.C. First Nations face significant opportunities for economic development partnerships.” Continue reading
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the sister city relationship between Burnaby, British Columbia and Kushiro, Japan. Read more on the Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada website.
In the Arctic, as elsewhere, there are multiple ways of understanding borders. These multiplicities of understanding shape the values, goals and subsequent policy-making initiatives of concerned parties. Focusing on any one set of borders will lead to different perspectives, analysis and ways of understanding the Arctic, which will invariably shape engagement strategies across borders. Continue reading