Christine Martel-Fleming is a bilingual graduate of the University of Ottawa with a Bachelors of Social Science in International Development and Globalization. During her university career, Christine served as the Volunteer Coordinator for the University of Ottawa’s International Development Week 2013. She has worked for a number of different federal government branches including Statistics Canada, Aboriginal Affairs and Elections Canada. She is interested in Sino-Canadian relations and recently spent four months in Chengdu, China to enhance her knowledge of Chinese politics and Mandarin. Twitter: @cmflem
Christine Martel-Fleming Security, Trade and the Economy

Australian-Sino Free Trade Agreement and Its Effects on Canada

Recent debates have emerged regarding Canada’s reliance on trading with the United States. While this has been quite profitable, some argue that it is imperative for Canada to diversify its markets to other countries; namely China, the world’s second largest economy.   Canada must be strategic in diversifying its markets when trading with China to maintain Read More…

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The Canada-China Foreign Investment Protection Agreement: Controversial or Constructive?

Christine Martel-Fleming examines the debate surrounding the China-Canada Foreign Protection Investment Agreement.