Canada's Free Trade Agreements (FTA)

Take advantage of Canada's Free Trade Agreements (FTA).

Canada has free trade agreements in force with more than 10 countries.

•Canada - Korea - Brought into force: January 1, 2015

•Canada - Honduras - Brought into force: October 1, 2014

•Canada - Panama - Brought into force: April 1, 2013

•Canada - Jordan - Brought into force: October 1, 2012

•Canada - Colombia - Brought into force: August 15, 2011

•Canada - Peru - Brought into force: August 1, 2009

•Canada - European Free Trade Association - Brought into force: July 1, 2009

•Canada - Costa Rica - Brought into force: November 1, 2002

•Canada - Chile - Brought into force: July 5, 1997

•Canada - Israel - Brought into force: January 1, 1997

•North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) - Brought into force: January 1, 1994

 

•Canada - European Union: Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) – Concluded on August 5, 2014



See all details of these FTAs by visiting the Government of Canada, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada at the following link:

www.international.gc.ca/trade-agreements-accords-commerciaux

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