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 and Stuart Trew explain how the Canada-China Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreement could block the province from improving employment or care standards in B.C. retirement centres.