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Trade Justice PEI Letter

Trade Justice PEI Letter

December 3, 2020 The Honourable Mary Ng Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade & The Honourable François-Philippe Champagne Minister of Foreign Affairs   Dear Ministers Ng and Champagne, Re: Trade Justice PEI letter supporting proposal by India and South Africa for a “Waiver from certain provisions of the TRIPS Agreement for the prevention, containment, and treatment of […]

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Trade Justice Network Letter

December 2020, Ottawa, Ontario — Dear Ministers Ng and Champagne, We are writing to you on behalf of the Trade Justice Network, a coalition of environmental, civil society, student, Indigenous, cultural, farming, labour, and social justice organizations that came together in 2010 to call for a new global trade regime founded on social justice, human […]

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Letter to Ministers- Need For Fairer and More Transparent Trade Agreement Process

Ottawa- Friday, February 21st, 2020 Dear Ministers, We are writing you on behalf of the Trade Justice Network, which is comprised of environmental, civil society, student, Indigenous, cultural, farming, labour and social justice organizations that have come together to challenge free trade agreements and their impacts on social justice and the environment. We seek to […]

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Pan-Canadian civil society coalition launches new website

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 justice and other civil society groups across English-speaking Canada and Quebec. […]

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AÉCG : les Libéraux tentent de berner la population

AÉCG : les Libéraux tentent de berner la population

OTTAWA, 29 février 2016 – Le gouvernement Trudeau a annoncé une refonte du mécanisme de règlement des différends entre investisseurs et États (RDIÉ) prévu dans l’Accord économique et commercial global (AÉCG) entre le Canada et l’Union européenne. Or, cette refonte n’est que de la poudre aux yeux. « On parle de changements mineurs qui n’empêcheront en […]

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