The Trade and Investment Research Project pools resources and expertise from a wide range of Canadian non-governmental organizations to understand the implications of the latest generation of trade and investment treaties. Formed in 1999, the project examines the effects of these far-reaching treaties on public services, public interest regulation, environmental protection and alternative economic development.
Trade and Investment Research Project
We're pleased to introduce a new series of reports designed to demystify the TPP and provide readers with a better understanding of its impact on policy areas, such as healthcare, jobs, labour, and environmental protection.
CCPA's Scott Sinclair analyzes the wording of the "flimsy" declaration as it relates to three key areas of concern: the right to regulate, public services and water.