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Labourers work at a construction site of a residential apartment in Changzhi, Shanxi province October 22, 2009. (STRINGER SHANGHAI/Reuters)
Labourers work at a construction site of a residential apartment in Changzhi, Shanxi province October 22, 2009. (STRINGER SHANGHAI/Reuters)

Video: Brian Lee Crowley and Michael Byers debate trading with China Add to ...

To accompany their written mini-debates in Tuesday's Globe and Mail, Brian Lee Crowley and Michael Byers exchanged viewpoints in a series of videos. The proposed resolution: "Be it resolved: Canada should take advantage of China's rise by fuelling it." To view the videos on your moble device, follow the links below to our YouTube page:

Part 1: Buying and selling

Part 2: Climate policy

Part 3: Whither the bitumen market



Munk Debate Ticket Contest

The Munk Debates are offering eight VIP tickets to see the China debate. To take part in the contest, go head-to-head against a friend and debate China's role in the 21st century. Then post the video on the Munk Debates online forum.

Tickets will go to the top two most-watched debates. For more information, visit the Munk Debates contest page at www.munkdebates.com/head-to-head.

Complete your debate early to have the best chance of winning. Submissions must be receive before noon ET on June 15 to be eligible.

Let the debates begin!

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