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International Trade committee  Perhaps I can jump in here.

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  I'm sorry, Dan, but perhaps you will allow me to jump in here very quickly. I just want to add the comment here that it would contradict trade negotiating principles. Dan, please go ahead.

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  Perhaps the best people to answer those types of questions are the negotiators themselves, who are wheeling and dealing at the negotiating table, but essentially it's a matter of reciprocity and setting a precedent. If you look at perhaps the TPP negotiations, I think there were

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  Thank you for the question. I'll begin by answering in French and then switch to English. I'd like to reiterate that we are only speaking on behalf of our members and the sector that we represent. My first point is more or less a reminder. I don't think anyone needs to be rem

June 7th, 2021Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  We'll need to go to our member specifically for that very specific question.

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  I was asked to speak in French?

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  No. Last week, the technician told me, while checking to see whether my system was working, that if I didn't update the system, I may need to respond only in English if I started my comments in that language. I was confused and I was unable to update my system. I was under the im

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  Clearly we need to have some leverage to bring the U.K. back to the negotiating table, either on a bilateral basis or through the CPTPP framework, as a means to get to address those non-tariff barriers in a meaningful way.

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  From our understanding, there was no Gazette notice on a traditional agreement or an FTA with the U.K. The Gazette notice, from our perspective, was with respect to the U.K.'s WTO commitments, so it was different. We did have one-on-one consultations and engagements with negotiat

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  It was not through the Gazette process, but we had engagements.

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  We were engaged throughout, and our message has remained the same—

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  I can't recall.

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau

International Trade committee  Overall, it was good because, as I mentioned, it provides stability and continued access—and it seems to maintain existing benefits—to the U.K. market. For those exporters, in particular, on the grain side, this is really welcome news. There are some concerns, of course, for the

November 23rd, 2020Committee meeting

Claire Citeau