1. This Chapter applies to a measure adopted or maintained by a Party affecting crossborder trade in services by a service supplier of the other Party, including a measure affecting:
(a) the production, distribution, marketing, sale, and delivery of a service;
(b) the purchase of, use of, or payment for, a service; and,
(c) the access to and use of, in connection with the supply of a service, services which are required to be offered to the public generally.
2. This Chapter does not apply to a measure affecting:
(a) services supplied in the exercise of governmental authority;
(b) for the European Union, audio-visual services;
(c) for Canada, cultural industries;
(d) financial services as defined in Article 13.1 (Definitions);
(e) air services, related services in support of air services and other services supplied by means of air transport, other than:
(i) aircraft repair and maintenance services;
(ii) the selling and marketing of air transport services;
(iii) computer reservation system (CRS) services;
(iv) ground handling services;
(v) airport operation services;
(f) procurement by a Party of a good or service purchased for governmental purposes, and not with of a view to commercial resale or with a view to use in the supply of a good or service for commercial sale, whether or not that procurement is "covered procurement" within the meaning of Article 19.2.2 (Scope and coverage); or
(g) a subsidy, or other government support relating to cross-border trade in services, provided by a Party.
3. This Chapter does not affect the rights and obligations of the Parties under the Agreement on Air Transport between Canada and the European Community and its Member States, done at Brussels on 17 December 2009 and Ottawa on 18 December 2009.
4. This Chapter does not impose an obligation on a Party with respect to a national of the other Party seeking access to its employment market, or employment on a permanent basis in its territory, or confer any right on that national with respect to that access or employment.