Should Canada Adopt Vaccine Diplomacy?

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

Given that Canada has ordered more than enough vaccines to inoculate its population five times over, should it follow in the steps of China and India and adopt vaccine diplomacy as a means of asserting its economic and political interests on the world stage? With guests Bessma Momani, University of Waterloo; and Erica Di Ruggiero, director, Centre for Global Health at University of Toronto.
Canada's Vaccine Diplomacy Potential?
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