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Critics say it's an oversized public insurance scheme for companies that are unwilling to assume the normal risks of doing business. The Globe and Mail says: "Where do we sign?"

We want to know exactly what is in the Trans Pacific Trade Partnership

Bellingham Rolling Rebellion Advocates for Net Neutrality and Takes on TPP & Fas

As of October 5th, the caretaker Conservative government negotiators finalized through the Trans-Pacific Trade Partnership Agreement.  Click here to read the Council of Canadian's press release about the agreement.

Open Media has launched a campaign demanding that the government release the full text before October 19 and reject the TPP’s Internet censorship plan, NOW.


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| September 27, 2015
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| September 26, 2015

Watch LIVE Tuesday: Prominent Canadians launch manifesto outlining bold climate and economic vision for country

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| August 18, 2015

For the future you want: The Council of Canadians' 2015 Voter Guide

The Council of Canadians has created a voter's guide providing a summary political party positions on key issues and a list of questions for activists to ask candidates. The issues in this well in this well-layed out and very informative guide include:

- Protecting water

- Protecting the climate from extreme energy and pipelines

- Defending democracy

- Trade justice

- Saving public health care

Download the guide here

View the Council of Canadians Voting Guide on their website here.



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