Video: Canada invited to Pacific trade talks Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Jun. 20 2012, 8:31 AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 20 2012, 8:31 AM EDT Canada leaves the G20 summit with an invitation to join Pacific trade talks. Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership will create long-term prosperity for Canadians Watch More Video: Premier-designate Rachel Notley suspends MLA over controversial Instagram post Dalhousie says students guilty of posting misogynistic comments have changed attitudes Clinton says she is 'glad e-mails are starting to come out' Obama offers reassurance about nuclear deal Josh Duggar, reality TV star, apologizes amid molestation allegations Raw footage shows swimmer stranded atop raised drawbridge in Florida Man arrested in killing of family, housekeeper in Washington South Korea 'nut rage' woman freed from jail Ireland votes in historic gay marriage poll Harper: 'No legitimate reason' to become a terrorist in Canada Argentine court weighs in on fate of orangutan deemed 'non-human person' Early morning fire at College and Bathurst in Toronto N.Y. Times publishes leaked Clinton e-mails Rolling Stones wow fans with surprise Hollywood show Ireland to vote on gay marriage Thousands flee flood waters in China Obama declares that climate change is a matter of global security Black Bear tranquilized after leading New York police on three-day chase From firing guns to kneading dough, Bolivia's military take on bread-making during strike B.C. government under fire for failing to remove blatantly racist documents Comments AA More Related to this Story Canada dives into Pacific trade talks – but at what cost?