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Canada sells out in revamped NAFTA deal

mercredi 3 octobre 2018 par admin — NAFTA, News
OTTAWA (Oct. 3, 2018) — Today, the Trade Justice Network, along with Common Frontiers and the Council of Canadians, released the following joint statement: After weeks of intense negotiations behind closed doors, a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has emerged. Like the (...)

New NAFTA still needs overhaul

mercredi 3 octobre 2018 par admin — NAFTA, News
OTTAWA (Oct. 3, 2018) — Today, the Trade Justice Network, along with Common Frontiers and the Council of Canadians, released the following joint statement: After weeks of intense negotiations behind closed doors, a renegotiated North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has emerged. Like the (...)

Canada’s move to implement CPTPP signals the abandoning of “progressive trade”

vendredi 21 septembre 2018 par admin — News, TPP
OTTAWA (Sept. 21, 2018) – The Liberal government is forcing the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) through the House of Commons with indecent haste, allowing for no further public input, after the deal has been widely denounced by Canadians.  After it passed second (...)

Submission on Canada-Mercosur and Canada-Pacific Alliance FTAs

lundi 10 septembre 2018 par admin — Canada-Mercosur, Canada-Pacific Alliance, News, Slider
In response to consultations respecting the ongoing negotiations of Canada-Mercosur and Canada-Pacific Alliance free trade agreements (FTAs), the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA), joined by the Climate Action Network Canada, Council of Canadians, Greenpeace Canada, the Registered (...)

Unions and climate organizations come together to call for more equitable and sustainable trade

mercredi 2 mai 2018 par admin — NAFTA, News, Slider
Unceded Algonquin Anishinaabe Territories [OTTAWA] (May 2, 2018) — As the ongoing NAFTA renegotiations reach a pivotal moment, nearly 50 of Canada’s major labour, climate and social justice organizations have come together  to call on the Canadian Government to honour its commitment to implement a (...)

Pan-Canadian civil society coalition launches new website

vendredi 8 décembre 2017 par admin — NAFTA, News, Uncategorized
December 8, 2017 — Today, the pan-Canadian civil society coalition on NAFTA launches its new bilingual NAFTA website. The pan-Canadian coalition, which emerged from the North American civil society gathering on NAFTA in Mexico City in May 2017, is made up of labour, environmental, farmer, social (...)

The Demise of NAFTA : Threat or Opportunity for Change ?

vendredi 27 octobre 2017 par admin — NAFTA, News, Slider
The ongoing NAFTA renegotiations have prompted governments, analysts, civil society, and the broader public to wonder: what would the elimination of NAFTA mean for Canada? This question has understandably triggered a great deal of anxiety amongst Canadians. However, many researchers and (...)

Trinational coalition delivers 400,000 petitions demanding end to ISDS

vendredi 13 octobre 2017 par admin — NAFTA, News
October 11, 2017 – As the debate over investor protections was heating up with the start of the fourth round of NAFTA talks in Washington, D.C., US, Mexican and Canadian civil society organizations delivered over 400,000 petitions to Capitol Hill demanding that NAFTA’s expansive corporate rights (...)

Trade rules must not prevent action on climate change

mardi 26 septembre 2017 par admin — NAFTA, News
The Trade Justice Network joined over 30 labour, environmental, social justice and faith-based organizations in signing an open letter on NAFTA, the environment and climate change. The open letter calls upon the Canadian government to address environmental concerns in NAFTA and to ensure that (...)

Civil Society Summit : Does NAFTA Serve the Public Interest ?

mardi 19 septembre 2017 par admin — NAFTA, News, Slider
As the third round of NAFTA negotiations are set to begin in Ottawa, civil society groups will be holding their own meetings. Given that this will be an important round, it is essential that our voices are heard. The Trade Justice Network is working together with Common Frontiers, the Council (...)


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