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Losing dispute resolution a worry
Farmers are concerned about losing NAFTA’s Chapter 19, saying it has been valuable in their relations with the U.S.
NAFTA dispute mechanism in jeopardy following U.S.-Mexico deal
Over the last three decades, the dispute resolution mechanism of the North American Free Trade Agreement has been used about 120 times.
Drop front of package labelling focus
The country’s agriculture ministers recently met in Vancouver to discuss what will threaten and what will strengthen Canada’s agriculture and agri-food industries.
How a bacteria-detecting strip of plastic film could help identify contaminated food
It’s impossible to tell if meat is contaminated with potentially deadly E. coli bacteria by simply smelling or looking at it, but one day a glance at the plastic packaging could let consumers know if it’s safe to eat. That’s the hope of a team of
CMC Calls on Government to Make CPTPP Priority When Parliament Reconvenes
The Canadian Meat Council is calling on the Federal Government to move forward with ratification of the Comprehensive Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership as quickly as possible when Parliament reconvenes in September.
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