With Canada-EU trade talks nearly finished, Quebec Solidaire reaches across the Atlantic for a progressive alliance against CETA | Stuart Trew

| January 31, 2013


Stuart Trew, Trade Campaigner of the Council of Canadians writes: “Quebec Solidaire, a social movement-based political party in the provincial legislature, has written to progressi[[../images/images/IMG20130129120225.jpg/@@images/image/thumb]]ve European parliamentarians for assistance in forming a common resistance to the Canada-EU free trade deal (CETA). The letter was sent on the same day as news reports suggested Quebec Premier Pauline Marois could oppose the Canada-EU deal if the province’s interests are not protected. Quebec trade justice activists profited from the new attention to the CETA negotiations by staging an action outside of the provincial trade minister’s offices in Montreal on Tuesday.


Stuart Trew, Trade Campaigner of the Council of Canadians writes: “Quebec Solidaire, a social movement-based political party in the provincial legislature, has written to progressi[[../images/images/IMG20130129120225.jpg/@@images/image/thumb]]ve European parliamentarians for assistance in forming a common resistance to the Canada-EU free trade deal (CETA). The letter was sent on the same day as news reports suggested Quebec Premier Pauline Marois could oppose the Canada-EU deal if the province’s interests are not protected. Quebec trade justice activists profited from the new attention to the CETA negotiations by staging an action outside of the provincial trade minister’s offices in Montreal on Tuesday.”

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