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Live Event: “A Look At CANZUK” – Expert Panel Discussion

Leading experts from across Canada and the United Kingdom will attend a live online panel discussion to discuss CANZUK, including reciprocal migration, trade, foreign policy and other diplomatic arrangements between the four countries.

CANZUK International will attend a panel discussion about CANZUK free movement, trade & foreign policy
The event, hosted by the Canada Strong & Free Network, will take place on December 17th, 2020 at 12:00pm EST (Toronto).

Those in Vancouver can tune in to the live discussion at 9:00am, while those in the UK can do so at 5:00pm, Perth at 1:00am (December 18th), Sydney at 4:00am and Auckland at 6:00am.

“Momentum for this idea is picking up steam in all four of these countries that share common history, values, socio-economic standards of living and constitutional ties,” states the event site. The panel will discuss the benefits and steps forward for creating closer economic, diplomatic and institutional ties between Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

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The event will feature five experts to discuss a future CANZUK alliance, providing insight on trade, migration, foreign affairs, constitutional matters and much more.

The panelists will include:

    James Skinner | Founder & Chief Executive of CANZUK International

    Daniel Hannan | Author, columnist and former Member of the European Parliament

    David Clement | North American Affairs Manager of the Consumer Choice Center

    Brent Cameron | Author and Government Relations Expert

    Dr. Kelly Sundberg | Professor and Immigration Expert

Registration is free to all and available via the Canada Strong & Free Webinar registration link below. Registrants can also sign up for our email newsletter to receive information about upcoming events directly to their inbox.

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