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Canada-China FTA Talks to Begin in February 2017 Could Have Massive Implications on Water Use


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Canada-China FTA Talks to Begin in February 2017 Could Have Massive Implications on Water Use

Brent Patterson

The Trudeau government says talks toward a Canada-China Free Trade Agreement could begin as early as February 2017.

CBC reports, "International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland says Canada is tentatively booked to begin talks with China in February as the two countries explore a free trade agreement."


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Nature bats last, but cares not in what language the stadium is named.


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Trudeau is acting like forked tongue Obama when it comes to climate and energy.


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Brilliant! China, a perfect example of what not to do with your water, now wants to do the same thing in Canada and Trudeau is willing to accept it. No wonder the world is screwed. This just makes no sense to me.
The US is fighting it's own people to do the same here. Nestle is pumping water for bottling out of California in the middle of a drought and the pipelines they want to go through go over a major source of water to central US in addition to using massive amounts of water. People go mad trying to make sense of the greed that pushes the destruction of our planet.