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International Trade committee  They were more involved in CETA than they are in NAFTA, and much more involved in CETA than in the TPP. The degree of involvement in the case of CETA came from the fact that the Europeans wanted the provinces to be there. Why? Because they knew that, constitutionally, the governm

October 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Pierre Marc Johnson

International Trade committee  On public procurements, I'm sorry. Why? Because the federal government does not have the capacity to impose that on the provinces, which is why the Europeans wanted us at the table. We were there, but also on issues related to education, health, access to the possibility of being

October 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Pierre Marc Johnson

International Trade committee  On the same issue, I agree with what Raymond said. It's common sense. Either you believe in trade or you don't. From some of the rhetoric I've been hearing from Washington in the past few months, it seems people ignore that trade has value. It's interesting to see that a populis

October 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Pierre Marc Johnson

International Trade committee  Okay. I'll answer questions about provincial participation in both, and maybe in other arenas whenever I get a question on it. Thank you.

October 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Pierre Marc Johnson

International Trade committee  Thank you, Mr. Chairman. I'll do my three and a half or five minutes in French, and I will, of course, gladly answer questions either in French or in English. I have little to add to what Mr. Bachand just said. I think he gave a good overview of our relationship with the United

October 2nd, 2017Committee meeting

Pierre Marc Johnson