Video: Canada invited to Pacific trade talks Add to ... CP Video Published Wednesday, Jun. 20, 2012 8:31AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jun. 20, 2012 8:31AM 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: Kerry: EU vote not what U.S. had hoped Emotional reactions after Supreme Court strikes down Texas abortion law Police officer proposes at London Pride parade More rain threatens already flooded West Virginia U.K. and Europe in political turmoil while EU citizens in London fear future Boris Johnson says 'project fear' is over following Brexit Passenger video shows wing of Singapore Airlines plane catching fire Uncertainty looms in Europe after Brexit vote Obama: Brexit will not change the 'special relationship' between U.S. and U.K. Doug Saunders: It will take a decade to repair the relations Britain just severed Officer shot multiple times near Philadelphia Toronto officials make decision on controversial Swansea treehouse Bipartisan House gun legislation announced in U.S. Trudeau: 'We respect the choice of the British people' U.K. falling apart? New Scottish referendum 'likely' after Brexit vote Brexit: Easier said than done Bernie Sanders says he will vote for Hillary Clinton Trump: Brexit vote is 'will of the people, embrace it' Brexit vote highlights deep divides in UK 'It's a great thing': Trump praises Brexit vote Comments AA More Related to this Story Canada dives into Pacific trade talks – but at what cost?