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Conservatives Urge Government to Decide on Trans-Pacific Partnership by end of June
OTTAWA, ON – Official Opposition International Trade Critic, the Hon. Gerry Ritz, issued the following statement, calling on the Liberal Government to make a decision on the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement in time for the North American Leaders
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HOUSE OF COMMONS STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE TO HOLD PUBLIC CONSULTATION ON TRANS-PACIFIC PARTNERSHIP IN MONTRÉAL, QUÉBEC CITY, WINDSOR AND TORONTO
As part of its public consultation in relation to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement, the House of Commons Standing Committee on International Trade will hold public hearings in the following cities on the dates indicated:
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Trans-Pacific Partnership: Ratification Required
By now you’ve likely read or heard about the Trans Pacific Partnership agreement (TPP) in the news. This world class 12 nation multilateral trade deal was negotiated & finalized by our government.
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Face to Face Needed for Results: Not Hope
Joint press release from the Hon. Candice Bergen, P.C., M.P., Natural Resource Critic and the Hon. Gerry Ritz, P.C., M.P., International Trade Critic both members of the Canada-China Legislative Association regarding Canadian canola exports and China
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Budgets will balance themselves: but only if you borrow the $115 Billion
Ottawa – The Liberals promised to run deficits of not more than $10 Billion dollars during the 2015 election campaign. Yesterday evening’s 2016 budget presentation saw that promise torpedoed. Instead Canadians are faced with a projected de
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Physician-Assisted Dying Committee went too far
North Battleford – Last year the Supreme Court of Canada (SCC) ruled that Canadians have a constitutional right to kill themselves, and gave the federal government a strict timeline to put rules in place to allow it.
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