The security section of the Canadian federal government budget in 2006 includes funding details for the Security and Prosperity Partnership. I wonder if any M.P’s cared about the details or objected at all. In any case, parliament is responsible for letting it slide by year after year.
The discussions, such as in Montebello in 2007, are held behind closed doors, meaning they are secret talks among key cabinet level officials of the three nations and corporate lobbyists. But much of the results of those talks, as far as we know, are spelled out publicly on the government SPP websites and in budgets, such as the one just mentioned.
March 25th, 2008