During the negotiations, Canada retained the right to protect its cultural industries and sectors such as education and health. Some resources, such as water, should also be removed from the agreement. Canadians have failed to win free competition for U.S. government procurement. Canadian negotiators also emphasized the inclusion of a dispute resolution mechanism.  On a number of other issues, liberal attempts to reconcile competing political priorities appear to support the party. For example, Mr. Trudeau worked with Canadian provinces and territories to develop a national climate change plan that imposes a price on CARBONE emissions while supporting the construction of new pipelines to connect Canada`s oil sands to overseas markets (see « Climate Change » and « Energy »). The Liberal approach has drawn criticism from Canadian energy producers and other businesses, as well as environmentalists and indigenous groups.8 In the coming months, the Liberals should take steps to legalize cannabis use and amend Canada`s legal framework for combating terrorism to clarify and expand public authorities.
, increase transparency and oversight and improve the protection of civil liberties. While the Liberals have consulted extensively on the proposed changes, the related compromises may disappoint some Canadians who supported the party in the last election. The Mexican Ministry of Economy stresses that the achievements of the T-MEC agreement include the maintenance of free trade for all goods originating; Introducing new disciplines for the trade in recycled products; Modernizing certification systems and verification procedures; facilitate and streamline customs and customs exchanges and transparency of administrative procedures; Establishing coordination obligations between agencies responding to border crossings; and the inclusion of elements relating to copyright, trademarks, geographic indications, patents, undisclosed data protection, commercial designs, trade secrets, the Internet service provider restriction system and enforcement rules. The current dispute (Lumber V) began with the expiry of the 2006 Softwood Lumber Agreement (SLA). After a one-year grace period, a coalition of U.S. lumber producers filed business claims on November 25, 2016, claiming that Canadian companies are throwing wood into the U.S. market and that Canadian provincial forestry policies are subsidizing Canadian timber production. These petitions were then accepted by the two agencies that manage the trade assistance process: the International Trade Commission (ITC) and the International Trade Administration (ITA). The agreement has 34 chapters and regulates more than $1 billion ($767 billion) in trade. The second parallel agreement is the North American Environmental Cooperation Agreement (NAAEC), which established the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC) in 1994. The CEC is responsible for strengthening regional cooperation in the environmental field, reducing potential trade and environmental conflicts and promoting effective enforcement of environmental legislation. It also facilitates public cooperation and participation in efforts to promote conservation, protection and improvement of the North American environment.
It consists of three main components: the Council (Minister of the Environment), the Joint Advisory Committee of Governments (JPAC) and the Secretariat, which is headquartered in Montreal. It has an annual budget of $9 million, with Canada, Mexico and the United States contributing $3 million per year and settled by consensus (non-majority).