CETA

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The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement is a planned pseudo-free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union. If enforced it would undermine social, conservationist and capitalist standards. It is similar to TTIP and TPP which became annihilated by U.S. President Trump. Currently, parts of CETA are planned to come into force on September 22, 2017. All Liberals support CETA (even those who pretend to be CETA-critical) while true conservatives oppose CETA and TTIP.