CETA Analysis from others organisations

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Commission's Factsheet

In the area of rights and freedoms on the Internet[edit]

Michael Geist



Seattle to Brussels

Jeremy De Beer

Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic

Government of Canada

In others area[edit]

Global analysis[edit]

Society, economy, environment, access to public markets (water, electricity, etc.)[edit]

Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW)

Against economic liberalization of postal services of Canada Post

Eg: [1] or [2]

The Council of Canadians, chaired by Maude Barlow

Against economic liberalization, highlight threats to Canadian communities and the environment

Trade justice Network

About: The Trade Justice Network is comprised of environmental, civil society, student, Indigenous, cultural, farming, labour and social justice organizations that have come together to challenge the scope and secret negotiating process of the Canada-European Union free trade negotiations (CETA), and to highlight the need for a more sustainable, equitable and socially just international trade regime.


Comic: Top ten reasons why CETA is bad for Canada

Québec Network on Continental Integration (RQIC)

Group of associations, including ATTAC-Québec for example

The Réseau québécois sur l'intégration continentale (RQIC) is a coalition of research teams and of grass-roots, union, community, environmental, and international-cooperation organizations. Its objective is to propose a vision of development for the Americas in a framework of respect for social, labour, and human rights and to promote democracy, involvement, respect for the environment, and the eradication of poverty throughout the hemisphere.

Highlight the economic, social, environmental and political effects of CETA on Quebec


CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees)

Against oil sands


Rob Duffy:

Terry Boehm, NFU President:

Health and Access to Drugs[edit]

Access to water[edit]

CUPE (Canadian Union of Public Employees)

CETA Watch: Toronto calls for protection from Canada-EU trade deal

New leaked Canada-EU trade documents show Canada “open for business” for water privatization, say CUPE, Council of Canadians

Huffington Post: Why Our Water Is At Risk

Protection of provinces[edit]

Municipal opposition grows to Canada-EU trade pact

Legal opinion urges provinces to put brakes on secret CETA talks (with legal analysis)



  • CETA-Draft Consolidated text-February 2012.pdf
  • CETA IPR Chapter Feb 2012.pdf
  • Jeremy de Beer - A Look at the Canada-EU CETA’s Intellectual Property Issues.pdf
  • CETA - Rapport du Comité permanent du commerce international - mars 2012.pdf
  • CETA-20110702-Economic Impact Assessment of Proposed Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property Provisions.pdf
  • CETA - A Trade SIA Relating to the Negotiation of a CETA Between the EU and Canada.pdf
  • CETA draft jan 2010.pdf
  • CETA draft jan 2011.pdf