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rabbleTV | 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.
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rabbleTV | On Oct. 23, rabbletv broadcast live the opening session of the Council of Canadians' Annual General Meeting. Watch speeches from Maude Barlow, John Cavanagh, and Garry Leech.
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rabbleTV | NDP International Trade Critic, Peter Julian, hosting a special public screening of the new feature documentary "You, Me and the SPP: Trading Democracy for Corporate Rule."
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rabbleTV | The Raging Grannies perform at a special public screening on October 1st 2009 of the new feature documentary by Paul Manly, "You, Me and the SPP."
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Paul Manly | I started working on this film by accident. I had heard about the SPP but it wasn’t the kind of issue I thought I was able, or interested in, tackling as a filmmaker.
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Sean Mullen | Filmmaker Paul Manly examines the Security and Prosperity Partnership in his latest film. He discusses what he learned about this project for deeper integration between the U.S. and Canada.
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rabble staff | Celebrate recent victories on the SPP, site 41 and see a great panel (also showing live on rabbletv) with rabble.ca in Ottawa.
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Murray Dobbin | 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.
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rabble staff | Tune into rabbletv Oct. 1 for a LIVE event direct from Parliament Hill! NDP International Trade Critic, Peter Julian will be hosting the launch of the national tour of the film You, Me and the SPP.
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rabbleTV | You, Me and the SPP exposes the corporate agenda of the Security Prosperity Partnership (SPP). Tune into rabbletv Oct 1 to watch a live panel from Parliament Hill.
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Stuart Trew | There was a legitimate concern prior to Guadalajara that Obama would simply continue the SPP under a different name.
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Stuart Trew | The fifth annual North American leaders' summit has just wrapped up in Guadalajara and it's hard to tell what, if anything, was accomplished.