As soon as obstacles to voting have been filed, the participating CFTA governments and their competent regulatory authorities begin negotiations for a reconciliation agreement. The reconciliation agreement describes how trade barriers are addressed (e.g. B mutual recognition, harmonisation or any other method), the governments that will participate in the reconciliation agreement and the deadlines for its implementation. Governments may unsubscribe from negotiations if they do not have an existing reconciliation measure or if they find that reconciliation is not a desirable option for their jurisdiction. You will find more information in the latest news and in the full agreement. The Canadian Free Trade Agreement (CFTA) establishes a regulatory coordination process that will help remove trade barriers that businesses may experience in transactions across provincial and territorial borders. Once implemented, the reconciliation agreement will effectively remove the trade barrier between participating governments. CFTA governments that agree to adopt the reconciliation agreement are bound by the commitments it contains. . . .