Ritz stands his ground on TPP, says deal will have ‘zero negative impact’ on supply management

Ritz says feds will pay back producers who demonstrated any losses resulting from potential concessions made during the talks.

Embassy Photo: Peter Mazereeuw
Malcolm Allen, NDP agriculture critic, and Gerry Ritz, agriculture minister, at the National Agriculture Leaders Debate, Sept. 30.
Peter Mazereeuw
Published: Thursday, 10/01/2015 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Thursday, 10/01/2015 1:02 pm EDT

Gerry Ritz is standing his ground, insisting that Canada’s supply-managed sectors have nothing to fear from the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks.

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