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Newfoundland Holds Some Cards in CETA Dispute with the Harper Government

The federal government and the government of Newfoundland and Labrador are currently arguing about the nature of an agreement, reached in the spring of 2013, that would compensate Newfoundland for removing its minimum processing requirements (MPRs), something the federal government wanted as part of its trade negotiations with the European Union. 687 more words


Premiers vs Stephen Harper: One says she can't get a meeting, another says he can't trust Harper

Above: Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne discusses the ongoing spat between her and Prime Minister Stephen Harper as he continues to refuse to meet with her. 712 more words


Harper gov't 'can't be trusted,' N.L. premier says after CETA meeting

OTTAWA – Newfoundland and Labrador’s premier is still at odds with the prime minister over a fishery fund to compensate for Canada’s free trade deal with Europe. 610 more words


The Newfoundland Fisheries Innovation and Adjustment Fund

Last Tuesday, the Globe and Mail published a story about a $280 million federal contribution to a fund intended to help the fisheries industry in Newfoundland and Labrador. 1,071 more words


What Lies Beneath: The Threat of TTIP

We are entering winter waters and an iceberg called the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP) and its twin CETA (Comprehensive Economic & Trade Agreement) 712 more words


Transatlantische Handelsabkommen: Amerika und Europa im Dialog

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Wie kaum ein anderes Thema bestimmt das geplante Handelsabkommen zwischen den USA und Europa derzeit die Debatte in den transatlantischen Beziehungen. 1,669 more words