Trade Agreements

The Agreement on Internal Trade (Inter-provincial Trade)

The Agreement on Internal Trade (AIT) is an intergovernmental trade agreement signed by Canadian First Ministers that came into force in 1995. Its purpose is to reduce and eliminate, to the extent possible, barriers to the free movement of persons, goods, services, and investment within Canada and to establish an open, efficient, and stable domestic market.
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Atlantic Procurement Agreement

By working together, we will build a stronger regional economy and more effectively meet the needs of the people we serve.
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Canada’s International Trade Negotiations and Agreements

This links to the World Trade Organization, other multilateral & bilateral free trade agreements, current negotiations, Foreign Investment Promotion and Protection Agreements (FIPAs) and other types of international agreements where Canada is engaged.
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Partnership Agreement on Regulations and the Economy (Nova Scotia and New Brunswick)

The Partnership Agreement on Regulation and the Economy focuses on removing regulatory burdens and encouraging open trade, greater workforce mobility and efficient government service delivery.
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