Watch the full session of "Afta NAFTA: competing visions for North America," a panel series moderated by Stuart Trew, Trade Campaigner and The Council of Canadians.
The recently announced sale of New Brunswick Power to Hydro Quebec is another alarm bell for the Canadian economy.
Nov 2, 2009 to Nov 3, 2009
Trinity St. Paul’s United Church
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Hear from a tri-national panel of experts on the continuing plans to deepen and expand the failed NAFTA model.
The SPP appears dead for now, but similar toxic corporate and government machinations continue. Join rabble.ca in Ottawa this Thursday for the premiere of a new documentary on the SPP.
With virtually no fanfare or media analysis, one of the most transformative agreements ever signed by Canada and the US (and Mexico) is officially dead.
There was a legitimate concern prior to Guadalajara that Obama would simply continue the SPP under a different name.
Stephen Harper has successfully brought the Mexican relationship to a new low point.
Social movement activists made some noise outside the Guadalajara Summit, but their concerns were not reflected in the leaders' statement.
The fifth annual North American leaders' summit has just wrapped up in Guadalajara and it's hard to tell what, if anything, was accomplished.
North American governments are trying to fake climate action by subtly agreeing to carbon emission baseline years other than the international standard of 1990.