The RCT was created in 2017 by the CFTA to advance the compensation of regulatory differences between federal, provincial and territorial jurisdictions that serve as a barrier or barrier to trade for businesses that are in . In order for your qualifications to be recognised, you must contact the supervisory authority of your activity in the province or territory where you wish to work. In Quebec, Emploi-Québec is the organization responsible for the recognition of qualifications in a number of trades. The committee said the agreement should also support inter-jurisdiction commerce through mutual recognition. He welcomed the 2010 New West Partnership Trade Agreement between British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan for removing more internal barriers than the AIT. It did so through mutual recognition, which means that a person, good, service or investment that meets the standards of one province or territory is automatically acceptable in any other province or territory. Through these agreements, Alberta is trying to improve market access for goods, services, suppliers, workers, investors and investments in the West and across the country. Senators called on the Canadian government to update the AIT, arguing that the new agreement should take a negative list approach, meaning it would cover anything not explicitly mentioned as released. This would require governments to identify laws, regulations and guidelines that are contrary to the AIT and that would change the rules or request a waiver. It would also mean that all newly invented technologies and services would automatically be covered by the agreement.
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