In early October, prime ministerial candidate Justin Trudeau promised Canadians “a full and open public debate” on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. With 30 chapters that would bind Canada to sweeping agreements on everything from services to intellectual property to the environment to procurement, there is much to debate.
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Lisa E. Sachs & Lise Johnson,
TPP Would Let Foreign Investors Bypass the Canadian Public Interest,
The Globe and Mail, November 25, 2015
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