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Similar to ineffective labour chapters in previous agreements, the CPTPP obliges a complainant to prove both that a member country has not enforced its own labour laws and that this violation has had an impact on trade. In practice, this burden of proof is so difficult to meet that there has never been a single successful labour complaint , let alone sanctions, under the labour chapter of any FTA. The CPTPP will prove ineffective in addressing the serious, systematic labour and human rights violations that occur in Mexico, Vietnam and some other member countries.

If anything, under the CPTPP these inadequate labour protections have been weakened. Vietnam has delayed commitments made to the U.S. to strengthen its national labour protections, and a rule allowing government purchases to be conditional on respect for labour rights has been suspended. By turning a blind eye on labour protections, Canada has completely undermined its proposals for effective labour rights in the NAFTA 2.0 and future trade agreements.

Other elements of the Trudeau government’s self-styled progressive trade agenda — including gender equity and Indigenous rights—are nowhere to be found in the CPTPP. Meanwhile, the environmental chapter contains only the same, mostly toothless, protections found in the original TPP. The Canadian government claims it achieved some (still secret) wording in a new preamble that aligns with its progressive aspirations. But a treaty’s preamble is at best a guide to interpretation; it does not change, let alone override, the obligations in the text of the treaty.

Some might argue that the Canadian government had little choice: it could sign the unmodified agreement or be left behind. The Canadian big business lobby, except for the Detroit three automakers, was firmly behind the deal. But there is always a choice.

With or without the CPTPP, trade with the Pacific Rim (which represents less than 5 per cent of Canadian global exports , much of which is already tariff-free) would continue. Looking back, the whole robotic exercise of resuscitating the TPP, rather than starting fresh and working towards a reset of global trade and investment rules, may prove to be an historic blunder.

If the Trudeau government’s rhetoric about progressive trade and inclusive growth means anything—which is an open question—then it requires a genuine rebalancing of trade treaties to better protect workers, citizens and the environment, and to confront the 21 st century challenges of extreme inequality and runaway climate change.

CCPA Senior Research Fellow Scott Sinclair directs the centre’s Trade and Investment Research Project.

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Those progressive clauses are falling flat everywhere but Europe. China snubbed is. Mexico is not interested. It appears they are ideas ahead of 5hier time and need to be dropped if we want real deals to replace NAFTA.


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