Newfoundland threatens to pull support for Canada-EU trade deal

For Canada to meet the terms of the recently signed trade pact with the 28-country European Union, Newfoundland must jettison what are called minimum processing requirements (MPRs), aimed at protecting local fish plant jobs. The regulations in question stipulate how much of the fish brought ashore in the province must be processed there. Read the rest here 23:37

  • alaskagal

    Hold on strong Newfoundland!!!

  • StripedBassHole

    I fully agree with you Alaskagal. Everyone needs to be aware of all the manipulation that is going on with Common Property and the Resources that provide Food and Jobs for our associated Regions. Put them on HOLD and let them listen to the Elevator Music…