Canada’s TPP’ing Point  Jack Hughes

Chrystia Freeland - International Trade Minister WTO Photo

Chrystia Freeland – International Trade Minister
WTO Photo

The last time Canadians engaged in a national debate about free trade, the Soviet Union still existed and mobile phones were the size of mukluks. The Trans-Pacific Partnership has not been as controversial as the Canada-US Free Trade Agreement or NAFTA, in large part because Canada is seen to have benefitted from North American trade liberalization. The Trudeau government has much to consider as it navigates the TPP ratification process.

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