Tilma Agreement

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In short, partnership (or NWPTA, as it is heavily called) is a free trade, investment and labour mobility agreement between Canada`s three westernmost provinces. Together, the population of these three provinces exceeds 9 million. The New West Partnership Trade Agreement entered into force on 1 July 2010. However, the Saskatchewan provincial government, led by Brad Wall of the Saskatchewan Party, said the NWPTA offers fairer treatment to Saskatchewan Crown Corporations, which was one of the largest public complaints that prevented Saskatchewan from joining TILMA in 2007. [1] [2] [3] The need for such an agreement is obvious. Over time, many differences have emerged in the rules adopted by these two provinces; Rules which, unfortunately, hinder the free movement of goods, services and people. The agreement applies to all public sector bodies, including ministries and their authorities, boards of directors and commissions, crown corporations, municipalities, school authorities and publicly funded academic, health and social organizations. . . .