THE CANADIAN FREE TRADE AGREEMENT (CFTA)
An intergovernmental trade agreement signed by Canadian Ministers that entered into force on July 1st, 2017. Its objective is to reduce and eliminate, to the extent possible, barriers to the free movement of persons, goods, services, and investments within Canada and to establish an open efficient, and stable domestic market.
REDUCING INTERNAL TRADE BARRIERS: 2020-2021 REGULATORY RECONCILIATION AND COOPERATION TABLE WORK PLANSeptember 25, 2020 – The 2020-2021 Work Plan of the Regulatory Reconciliation and Cooperation Table (RCT) listing the measures for regulatory reconciliation and cooperation is now available at the following web page: Regulatory Reconciliation & Cooperation.
RULES ON ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION ENTER INTO FORCESeptember 24, 2020 – Federal, provincial, and territorial governments (“Parties”) acknowledge the entry into force, within the Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA), of specific rules regarding electricity transmission in Canada. On June 25, 2020, Newfoundland and Labrador provided written notice to the Internal Trade Secretariat to enact specific rules on electricity transmission found in Annex 309: Electricity Transmission Service Providers ... Read More
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