Canadians have an important role in identifying choices and priorities in the development and review of Canada’s international commerce policies, programs and services that assist Canadian businesses in competing in a rapidly-changing global economy. The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade uses a variety of consultative mechanisms to engage Canadians on international commerce policies, programs and services including on-line consultations, the Canada Gazette, mail-outs and client surveys.
The Government of Canada is currently seeking the views of Canadians on the scope of potential negotiations and consulting Canadian stakeholders with an interest in these agreements:
Although the consultation periods for these initiatives have concluded, the Government of Canada continues to be interested in the input of Canadians and would encourage Canadians to continue to provide input to inform future discussions.
If you would like to comment on any of DFAIT's trade, investment or innovation programs, policies or services, please contact us at:
Trade Negotiations I Division (TPE)
Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
Lester B. Pearson Building
125 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, ON K1A 0G2