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: Calgary 'balloon man' charged with mischief Therapy dogs calm travelers amid heightened security Jane Fonda joins 'historic' Toronto rally for jobs and climate Clinton accuses China of hacking Britain's royal family gathers for christening of Princess Charlotte Greek polls show 'No' vote ahead by small margin Harper rallies Calgary Tories with song, attacks on opposition Kerry says Iran talks could go either way Speeding bus plunges off bridge in China Polls open in Greece euro zone referendum Low oil prices can’t crush stampede spirit Hunt is on for WestJet bomb threat culprit 'I'm safer in Baghdad': Courtney Love caught in violent anti-Uber protest in Paris Greece suffering from 'brain drain' as thousands of doctors leave for Germany 'It's big business now.' Saskatchewan family sells farm after three generations on the land Say goodbye to popping bubble wrap? Shadow of debt crisis looms over Greek holiday isle Bomb threat made against Victoria-bound flight 'Yes' camp takes slim lead in Greek bailout referendum poll More Loblaw workers threaten to strike Comments AA More Related to this Story Canada dives into Pacific trade talks – but at what cost?