Trans-Pacific Partnership: A bad deal for Canada

October 18, 2016

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In the last federal election, Canadians voted for “Real Change”. So why is the government considering ratification of the Conservative-negotiated Trans-Pacific Partnership?

The TPP is a Conservative deal that's bad for Canada. Click here to learn more about the reasons why.

The government needs to scrap this flawed, Conservative-negotiated deal, and instead deliver on the changes promised to Canadians in the last election.

Add your voice – send a message to government

Attend a TPP townhall meetings in November:

Windsor (November 2)

Toronto (November 8)

Halifax (November 10)

Vancouver (November 22)

Winnipeg (November 23)