Trade Agreement With Canada
The EU agreement with Canada is referred to as a comprehensive economic and trade agreement, short for Ceta. Below is a list of the countries and trade blocs with which Canada has ongoing free trade agreements.  The Canadian International Trade Tribunal (CITT) is the main quasi-judicial institution in Canada`s trade assistance system. The CITT has the authority to investigate complaints about purchases covered by trade agreements. To learn more about Canada`s trade policy and key trade priorities, including how access to foreign markets is essential to our prosperity, please learn more about Canada`s trade policy and its key trade priorities. On 27 April 2009, EU member states adopted a negotiating mandate for the implementation of a new economic free trade agreement between the EU and Canada: the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA). Negotiations were officially launched at the EU-Canada Summit in Prague, Czech Republic, on 6 May 2009. The first meeting on the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between Canada and the European Union was held on June 10, 2009. The first round of negotiations took place in Ottawa from October 19 to 23, 2009. On January 18, 2010, Canada and the European Union met in Brussels for the second round of negotiations. The third round of negotiations took place in Ottawa from April 19 to 23, 2010. The fourth took place in Brussels from 12 to 16 July, the fifth in Ottawa from 18 to 22 October 2010, and the sixth round of negotiations took place in Brussels from 17 to 21 January 2011. The two countries held a seventh round of talks in April 2011, while the eighth round took place on 15 July 2011.
The ninth round of negotiations took place in Ottawa from October 17 to 21, 2011. The Prime Minister also mentioned that there was a similar agreement with the EU to that of Australia. On August 5, 2014, Canada and the European Union agreed on the final text of a free trade agreement. The text was received by EU member states and Canadian provinces and territories. The North American Labour Cooperation Agreement (NAALC) came into force in January 1994. It is one of two parallel agreements to the North American Free Trade Agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico. The agreement is managed by the Labour Cooperation Commission, composed of a Council of Ministers and a trinational secretariat, based in Washington D.C.