Who Benefits? Canada or TPP? Jan12

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Who Benefits? Canada or TPP?

Tuesday, Jan 12. 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM. Multipurpose Room, Liu Institute for Global Issues, UBC. Free event. RSVP required

Speaker: Chrystia Freeland (Minister of International Trade and Liberal MP, University-Rosedale)

Please join us for a panel discussion on the TPP with The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of International Trade and MP for University-Rosedale. Part of a national consultation tour.

Light refreshments will be offered.

Welcome by Moura Quayle, Liu Director, Co-Director, Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs

Panel:
Yves Tiberghien, Associate Professor, Political Science & Director, Institute of Asian Research, Co-Director, Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs (Moderator)
John Ries, Professor, Strategy and Business Economics Division, Sauder School of Business Matilde Bombardini, Associate Professor, Vancouver School of Economics

Bio: The Honourable Chrystia Freeland, Minister of International Trade and MP for University-Rosedale was first elected as the Member of Parliament for Toronto Centre in a by-election in November 2013, and then as the Member of Parliament for University–Rosedale in October 2015. She was the Critic for International Trade in 2014.

She was born in Peace River, Alberta, received her undergraduate degree from Harvard University, and continued her studies on a Rhodes Scholarship at Oxford University.

After cutting her journalistic teeth as a Ukraine-based stringer for the Financial TimesThe Washington Post, and The Economist, Chrystia went on to wear many hats at the Financial Times, including deputy editor, UK news editor, Moscow bureau chief, Eastern Europe correspondent, editor of its weekend edition, and editor of FT.com.

Between 1999 and 2001, she served as deputy editor of The Globe and Mail, before becoming a managing editor at the Financial Times. In 2010, Chrystia joined Canadian-owned Thomson Reuters as editor-at-large. She most recently worked as Managing Director and Editor of Consumer News. Chrystia was a weekly columnist for The Globe and Mail, writing extensively about the challenges facing the middle class.

Her books include Sale of a Century: The Inside Story of the Second Russian Revolution (2000) and Plutocrats: The Rise of the New Global Super-Rich and the Fall of Everyone Else (2012).

Chrystia is married and a proud mother of three children.

Supported by: Policy@UBC, Liu Institute for Global Issues, Institute of Asian Research, and the Master of Public Policy and Global Affairs