Internal Trade

Internal trade is the exchange of goods and services conducted inside a country’s borders. The Government of Canada is committed to strengthening internal trade within Canada. As an essential element of the Canadian economy, internal trade supports economic competitiveness by creating jobs, helping businesses expand, enhancing consumer choice, and increasing Canada’s overall economic growth.

Canadian Free Trade Agreement

Learn more about the Canadian Free Trade Agreement that was signed by Canadian ministers and entered into force on July 1, 2017.

Federal Action Plan to Strengthen Internal Trade

Read an overview of the Federal Action Plan to Strengthen Internal Trade and its five core actions.

We want to hear from you

Provide input and feedback on existing trade barriers and how best the Government of Canada can address them.

Federal investments to improve internal trade

Read up on past and present investments to address barriers and improve internal trade.

Results for Canadians

Learn more about actions the Government of Canada has taken to eliminate trade barriers within Canada.

Canadian Internal Trade Data and Information Hub

Access pan-Canadian data and information on internal trade and labour mobility.

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