Seriously though, is it possible (I can't be bothered to RTFA just now) that Canada is the only one in this group who actually thinks for itself? Or dares oppose the more outlandish US proposals? Profits trumping health sounds distinctly Uncanadian, for one thing.
Canada is certainly an outlier, FTFA. All the not-lawyers will have to read the actual negotiations for you.
Who cares what sounds "Uncanadian", the point is there has to be countries holding sovereignty in the debate. Civilization will only benefit. Good or bad IP law will determine the next 100 years of innovation and development and social change.
Why hasn't anyone wondered out loud why the US doesn't have a bunch of bootlickers agreeing with every single one of their proposals? How have they lost their clout SOO quickly? Honestly wondering here.