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  1. The Alberta Pipeline, Green and Development Issues: Recent coverage on the
    Global Climate Strike drew attention back on an issue that had gone to the
    backburner. Greta Thunberg appearing along with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
    during a march brought the relevance back to the foreground. The trans-mountain
    oil pipeline from Alberta to British Columbia – After many fits and starts, the oil
    pipeline which supposedly changes the economic fortunes of the provinces is now
    expected to get going. The federal government has stakes in it and this is partly
    economic and political as well. Given the scenario, Canadians while wanting to do
    something positive about climate change are also concerned about the immediate
    effects that may include costs, jobs, profits etc. Albertans are rooting for the pipeline.

From your point of view, in the context of climate change issues and business, is
going ahead with the trans-mountain pipeline an appropriate solution for the
problem(s) being faced by the federal government? What are the problems/issues
that have guided the movement towards the trans-mountain pipeline. Why did the
federal government/provincial government exercise approval of the pipeline as a
means to solve its problems? Judge the suitability and appropriateness of the
trans-mountain pipeline and whether or not the the federal government/ provincial
government is likely to succeed in achieving its purpose. Are there any lessons for
other provincial governments and other projects in the context of environmental
impact? Provide specific information and/or facts or examples that illustrate any
argument.
Look through these links to get some understanding:
● Supreme Court dismisses B.C.’s bid to save bill blocking Trans Mountain
project | Power & Politics
● Green Party would transition Canada to carbon-free electricity, cancel
pipelines
● Energy sector leaders call climate strikers naive, but recognize their right to
protest
● Trans Mountain mobilizes workforce to start pipeline expansion

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  1. The Brexit Story and Global Impact: The landmark date in Brexit story was March
    29, 2017 when the british voters voted for the United Kingdom to ‘leave’ the
    European Union. It was long discussed, yet when it happened, it was like a shock.
    Companies huddled into board rooms. Administrators were confused. EU also
    appeared shocked in some sense. The government of the day resigned.
    More than 24 months down the road, the EU and the United Kingdom are finally in
    the last leg of a formalised exit. An agreement on the terms of engagement still
    No part of this document may be copied, or transmitted digitally or otherwise without
    permission. Any infringement will invite appropriate action needs a proper closure. EU and the United Kingdom represent good business opportunities for each other.
    Look through these links to get some understanding:
    ● Britain’s Financial Services Industry Post-Brexit
    ● Boris Johnson vows to stay on as British prime minister, even if he fails to get
    Brexit deal with EU
    ● How did the UK end up voting to leave the European Union?
    ● Chatham House Discussions
    Theorists have been arguing that free trade and integration is good for business and
    the economy. In your view, is Brexit an appropriate solution for the problems being
    faced by UK? What are the problems that have caused the movement towards
    Brexit. Why did the UK choose Brexit as a means to solve its problems? Judge the
    suitability and appropriateness of a Brexit with or without a deal with the EU and
    whether or whether not the United Kingdom is likely to succeed in achieving its
    purpose through either process. Are there any lessons for other countries/EU?
    Provide specific information and/or facts or examples that illustrate any argument.
  2. Huawei, Trade, Technology and Country Strategic Issues: In one of the more
    dramatic events in the last one year, Huawei’s CFO based in Canada was detained.
    Apparently, the CFO was detained at the behest of the US. Currently, the US has
    imposed or threatened to impose very strong tariffs on major chinese exports into the
    US. Connected with this is the introduction of 5G technology by Huawei in North
    America. The US has disallowed Huawei 5G. Canada and North America had
    projected 5G technology as the next revolutionary upgrade in telecommunications
    with attendant benefits to business and economy. Recent reports have suggested
    that Canada (federal government) is disallowing or intending to disallow Huawei 5G.
    From your point of view, is disallowing Huawei and its 5G technology an
    appropriate strategic solution for the problem(s) being faced by Canada? What are
    the problems/issues that have led the push towards Canada disallowing Huawei 5G
    technology? Judge the suitability and appropriateness of the decision and whether or
    not the federal government/ provincial government is likely to succeed in achieving
    its purpose and related implications for trade. Are there any lessons for the federal
    government in managing or controlling high technology? Give specific information,
    facts or examples to illustrate any argument?
    Look through these links to get some understanding:
    ● Trudeau urged U.S. not to sign China trade deal unless Canadians freed
    ● No talks between Trump and China’s Xi before trade deadline
    ● Canada is caught in the crossfire of the U.S.-China trade war
    ● Trudeau and Trump to discuss trade and Canadians detained in China |
    Power & Politics

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