Once applied, CETA will offer EU firms more and better business opportunities in Canada and support jobs in the EU, it will remove customs duties, end restrictions on access to public contracts, open-up the services market, offer predictable conditions for investors, etc.
Having in mind the existence of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), does the enabling of CETA provide the US corporations (at least some of) the opportunities cevered in TTIP? For example, is it possiblede jure for a US corporation just to register in Canada and to access the EU market, achieveing in this way indirectly the aims of TTIP?
Update: reflecting the remarks in the comments, a more direct version of the question would be:
Is there a legal path through which CETA could act as a back door for TTIP?