February 6th, 2017
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) is subject to ratification by the European Parliament (EP) and needs also to be ratified through plenary votes in national parliaments across the EU. While the majority of academic experts in Canada support ratification, public opposition in Europe and Canada has been pronounced, calling for revisions to the agreement or simply a rejection of the entire deal.
The following EUCAnet experts have regularly contributed to discussions with the public and experts panels. For more see also the experts that signed an Open letter: The European and Canadian public needs a reasoned debate on CETA .
University of British Columbia: Kurt Hübner
University of Calgary: Eugene Beaulieu
University of Montreal: Frédéric Mérand
McGill University: Armand de Mestral