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A rally outside Vancouver courthouse against the Canada-China deal was urged to make FIPPA ‘a household word.’
A rally outside Vancouver courthouse against the Canada-China deal was urged to make FIPPA ‘a household word.’
(DARRYL DYCK FOR THE GLOBE AND MAIL)

How a First Nation is holding up the Canada-China investment treaty

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Vancouver Island’s Hupacasath First Nation has all of 300 members, but for the past year it has put the freeze on Canada’s investment treaty with the world’s most populous nation, China.