Last week, when New Zealand issued an invitation to the other 11 countries that negotiated the Trans-Pacific Partnership to sign the agreement in Auckland on Feb. 4, it seemed it might pose a dilemma for Canada's Liberal government. On Monday, International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland announced that Canada will participate in the signing ceremony. That was the right choice. It was also the only practical one. View full article: Signing the TPP Isn't Ratifying, But the Liberals Do Have to Sign.