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NDP (MB)
Canada had provisions that to some extent mirrored U.S. provisions, where the executive gives Congress 90 days' notice that they're intending to bargain. Their negotiating objectives are tabled prior to beginning those negotiations, so they're public and Parliament is able to study them, and by extension civil society as well. Also, having a policy that ensures that we're not in the situation we find ourselves in now, where we have the ratification legislation but no economic impact analysis to support that document, and the study of that document, would be a meaningful step towards a better trade process here in Canada.
Is that a fair conclusion coming out of your remarks?
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