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: United Conservative Party must learn from past mistakes, Jason Kenney says Trudeau first sitting Prime Minister to march in Halifax Pride parade Police discover deadly immigrant smuggling case in Texas Trudeau: Tories airing ‘domestic squabbles’ with Khadr campaign Son of Cecil the Lion reportedly killed by hunter in Zimbabwe Al Gore calls Trudeau a ‘breath of fresh air’ in climate fight Teens build and race robots as part of summer program NDP, Tories push Liberals for more NAFTA transparency Beached 'whale' in Paris shocks passersby Sean Spicer resigns as White House Press Secretary Muslims clash with Israeli police in Jerusalem Toronto Blind Jays explain how beep baseball works U.S. says Exxon under Tillerson violated Russia sanctions in 2014 No Korean military talks after North snubs South's call Strong quake hits off Greek, Turkish coasts Protesters, police clash amid national strike in Venezuela Tories reject idea Khadr campaign in U.S. will affect NAFTA O.J. Simpson granted parole after serving nine years Conviction thrown out for man accused of sexually assaulting Mandi Gray Trudeau says NAFTA is ‘too important’ for partisanship Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print More Related to this Story Canada dives into Pacific trade talks – but at what cost?