Canada and China have forged a new and expanded bilateral aviation agreement that will allow for a threefold increase in passenger and cargo flights between those countries. Canada’s transport minister Jean-C. Lapierre and international trade minister Jim Peterson announced the agreement Thursday. “Given the rapid growth in air travel between Canada and China, this new agreement is very timely,” Lapierre said. “Expanding air services to China gives Canadians ...

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