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Cutting through the spin on CETA

Cutting through the spin on CETA is a series examining the reticent nature of a treaty that threatens Canada’s economic sovereignty

Lessons from the fight against CETA

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Why has government ignored all information detailing the potential negative consequences of CETA and gleefully implemented legislation to activate it?

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What really prompted Wallonia’s feisty standoff against CETA?

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The Belgian regional government had it right all along on the controversial Canada-European Union trade agreement.

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CETA: What government doesn’t want you to know about ISDS lawsuits

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Opposition to CETA is increasingly focusing on the Investor-State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) section. What’s at stake for citizens?

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CETA, temporary workers, and the attack on middle class jobs

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Leaked excerpts of the Canada-EU trade deal reveal serious implications for Canadian workers

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Trade treaties bloom, sovereignty wilts

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The federal government is engaged in five major “free trade agreements” that threaten the degree of control Canadians have over their land, resources, freedom and future

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Players, absentees and spectators in the CETA ambush

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Who supports the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, and why? Who might have opposed it, but hasn’t? Are there prospects for stopping it?

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Forfeiting control and the right to litigate

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The federal government doesn’t want us to know how much we’re giving up for CETA. Presented as a “trade agreement” with the European Union, provisions in CETA’s investment chapter undermine our right to regulate and hold transnational corporations accountable for the consequences of their actions

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CETA will erode our traditional rights

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In the third of this 5-part series: Canadians’ wants and needs may change in the coming two decades, but the constraints under our new treaty with the European Union will not

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Opening the door to foreign corporate takeover of Canada’s economy

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In the second of this 5-part series: CETA will facilitate the “de-Canadianization” of our industries, a process that could be extremely difficult to reverse

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CETA “not about trade”

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In the first of this 5-part series: What the North American Free Trade Agreement has taught us, and the implications of another treaty based on the neoliberal “free trade” ideology

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