Category Archives: Trade

Posts related to the Trade campaign.

Protest against CETA at the European Commission in Brussels

Re-posted from The Campaign Blog on the Council’s national website: This morning the Council of Canadians joined with Canadian allies – the Canadian Union of Public Employees, the National Farmers Union, the Indigenous Environmental Network, ATTAC-Quebec, Alternatives – and European … Continue reading

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Off to Brussels and Strasbourg to duel with neoliberals

Re-posted from The Trade Blog on the Council’s national website: January will be a busy month for neoliberals. Canadian trade negotiators head to Brussels this week for a sixth round of Canada-EU free trade negotiations (January 17 to 21). Then … Continue reading

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UK group protests Canada-EU trade deal in London

Re-posted from The Campaign Blog on the Council’s national website: A media release from the UK Tar Sands Network this morning says they are demanding a meeting with British trade minister Stephen Green because, “they are concerned that trade negotiations … Continue reading

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What the heck is CETA?

Have you heard of CETA? If you’re like most Canadians, chances are you haven’t. CETA stands for Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. It’s a so-called ‘free trade’ agreement that’s being negotiated by our government without the knowledge or consent … Continue reading

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