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The Trudeau government has been calling CETA the "most progressive" free trade deal ever. But the deal does not require the payment of living wages; it does not mandate a crackdown on tax evasion; and it certainly does not try to guarantee the "peace of mind ... that come[s] with stable, full-time contracts."
The full EU parliament is slated to vote on CETA in early February.
Donald Trump may want to look at all the facts before scrapping NAFTA.
Chief negotiator slammed for "complete misunderstanding" of CETA's impact on drug prices.
There are about 40 different parliaments that need to ratify this deal.
During the last federal election, the Liberals promised more free votes in the House so MPs could more effectively represent their constituents. The TPP is an issue that demands our representation. It will affect every Canadian, but will have specific and diverse impacts on different parts of the country.
But the EU trade deal comes first, trade minister insists.
But a top negotiator says Greenpeace appears to be "misleading at best and flat out wrong at worst."
We need to do a lot better than sign any free trade deal that comes along simply because it's there.