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Prime Minister Stephen Harper received silence from Chinese business leaders when he told them Canada would continue to bring up human rights issues and not stay quiet in exchange for stronger economic ties between the two countries.
"In relations between China and Canada, we will continue to raise issues of freedom and human rights," he in a speech in Shanghai Friday.
"Our government believes and has always believed that a mutually-beneficial economic relationship is not incompatible with a good and frank dialogue on fundamental values like freedom, human rights and the rule of law,
Originally posted by andy1033
Those in glass houses, and all that.
Oh yep i forgot canada has a great record of human rights.