A diplomatic dispute has erupted in between Canada and India relating to the assassination of a Sikh leader. This conflict has the prospective to negatively influence the expanding financial connection in between the two nations, reaching far beyond the mere exchange of goods across the Pacific. Though India is not a substantial purchaser of Canadian commodities, it exerts a substantial influence in the education sector. In reality, India stands as the most important supply of foreign students attending colleges and universities in Canada. In addition, important Canadian public pension managers have invested billions of dollars into a variety of Indian ventures such as renewable power, infrastructure, and banking projects.