The Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement (TILMA) is a ground-breaking accord between the Governments of Alberta and British Columbia that creates Canada's second largest economy.

The need for such an agreement is clear. Over time, many differences have arisen in the rules adopted by these two provinces; rules that unfortunately hinder the free movement of goods, services and people. This situation increases the cost of doing business, reduces productivity and makes it more difficult for people to relocate for employment.

Under TILMA, British Columbia and Alberta have mutually recognized or reconciled the rules that hinder the free movement of goods, services and people. The Agreement has created a more open, competitive economy where goods, services, workers and investments can move more freely between the two provinces.

Consolidation of the TILMA - April 2009
Includes the original agreement as modified by subsequent amendments.

Text of the Original Agreement - April 2006

Subsequent Amendments

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