With the federal election around the corner, it is important to know where the federal party leaders stand on this agreement.
The NDP claims the TPP will dramatically increase the price of life-saving medicines among other implications for Canada's public health-care system. Is this true?
While the full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership is not likely to be released until November 5 or later, we do know that it includes an investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) provision.
Here are five reasons why dairy farmers and the supply management system deserve to be fully protected from the TPP and preserved for future generations.
"This is a deal by business, for business, with a price tag Canadians shouldn't have to pay."
The Claim: The Conservative Party says "We believe that this deal [the TPP] offers enormous benefits for the automobile sector." Is this true?
Striking the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal during the election flies in the face of democratic convention and the government's own promises of openness.
For Canadians, the TPP is another poison pill trade deal that patients are being forced to swallow.
NDP leader Mulcair did well in the final French-language debate; so did Liberal leader Trudeau. But does Harper hold the trump card with the TPP?
Countries announced the conclusion of negotiations on the massive Trans-Pacific Partnership "free trade" deal this week. What's in that agreement and why should we be concerned?