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    :: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 ::

    New softwood deal must produce certainty for Canada says CEP - Canada NewsWire
    Any agreement between Canada and the U.S. covering softwood lumber must take precedence over U.S. trade law and a separate bi-national panel should be created to settle disputes in the future rather than relying on existing mechanisms.

    Those are two of several proposals submitted to government negotiators from Canada's largest union of forest sector workers, the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union of Canada which has 162,000 members, including some 60,000 in the forest sector.
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