Canada to pay farmers.

ARGO Toronto Customs Brokers: Canadian farmers will receive government compensation for any losses
resulting from a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal, the
country’s agriculture minister said Wednesday in a discussion about the nation’s protected farm sectors.
U.S., New Zealand and Australia want Canada to start dismantling a
system of supply and import controls over dairy, poultry and eggs that
keep domestic prices high.
eastern Canadian farmers of supply-managed products fear the impact of
TPP, the majority who sell to the open market, especially in the West,
desperately want a deal. Producers of grain, oilseeds, beef and pork say
it’s critical to join TPP to boost access to foreign markets,
particularly Japan.