The Council of Canadians Toronto Chapter focuses on local campaigns that include Water, Trade, Climate Change and Food. We are an independent, non-partisan activist organization committed to building a stronger civil society.
Thursday, January 26, 2012
CETA & Toronto: What You Need to Know
Wednesday, 1st February, 7 - 9 p.m.
Toronto City Hall, room 4 (Queen & Bay streets)
Free event! All welcome.
Angelo DiCaro, CAW National Representative, Communications Department
Stuart Trew, National Trade Campaigner, Council of Canadians
The proposed Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) threatens water, health care, daycare and other services you depend on everyday. At a time where local, sustainable policies are necessary CETA is a step backwards, holding Toronto from becoming a more equal, sustainable place to live.
Already over 20 municipal governments have requested to be excluded from the EU deal and a motion for Toronto to follow suit is currently being considered by city council.
Come hear how CETA would impact our city and what you can do to get our city excluded from this unfair trade deal.
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