Parlons du PTP

Parlons du PTP

  Envoyez un message clair aux décideurs dès aujourd’hui : le PTP n’est pas dans l’intérêt du Canada​

Le PTP est une mauvaise affaire pour le Canada. Il restreindra la liberté d’expression en ligne, éliminera des emplois, menacera les mesures de protection environnementales et minera nos droits démocratiques.  


En ce moment, le gouvernement consulte les Canadiens avant de donner force de loi à cette entente. C’est le moment idéal de laisser savoir à votre député fédéral et aux décideurs politiques ce que vous en pensez.  


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By now, many of us have heard that the Trans-Pacific Partnership was negotiated in complete secrecy, with no opportunity for Canadians to engage with the process or to have their voices heard. This changes today.

Our government has promised us real consultation on the TPP, and we’re asking you to let them know exactly where you stand.

With the full text of the agreement in hand14 we now know for certain that the TPP will kill jobs, stifle free expression online, threaten environmental protections, and cost Canadians money.15

And the real poison pill still looms: investor-state provisions in the TPP would allow foreign conglomerates to challenge our domestic laws and subject Canada to multi-million dollar lawsuits.16, 17

Now is the time for you to send your message to your MP and to the Liberal government. Use our talking points, or craft your own unique message to tell decision-makers your concerns about the TPP.

Remember: it’s not an agreement unless we agree to it.

Send your message today.


[1] For Canadian innovators, will TPP mean protection – or colonialism? Source: The Globe and Mail

[2] The Trouble with the TPP, Day 3: Copyright Term Extension. Source: Michael Geist

[3] The Trouble with the TPP, Day 2: Locking in Digital Locks. Source: Michael Geist

[4] TPP would let foreign investors bypass the Canadian public interest. Source: The Globe and Mail

[5] Trans-Pacific Partnership deal "an act of climate denial." Source: National Observer

[6] Trading Down: Unemployment, Inequality and Other Risks of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. Source: Tufts University

[7] NDP Pushes Need for TPP Assessment as Deal Signed. Source: The Tyee

[8] Recapping the Trouble with the TPP: Pt 2. Source: OpenMedia

[9] TPP Will Cost Canada 58,000 Jobs, Won’t Grow Economy. Source: CCPA

[10] What’s the big deal? Understanding the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Source: CCPA

[11] Bad Medicine: Canadians will pay more for drugs and lose privacy under TPP. Source: CLC

[12] Involuntary Medication: The Possible Effects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership on the Cost and Regulation of Medicine in Canada. Source: CCPA
[13] The Trans-Pacific Partnership. Source: Doctors Without Borders Canada.

[14] The full text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Source: USTR

[15] TPP In Depth. Source: Council of Canadians
[16] The Trouble With the TPP, Day 42: The Risks of Investor-State Dispute Settlement. Source: Michael Geist
[17] The investor-state dispute settlement provision in the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Source: Council of Canadians

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