Incomes, yes, standards of living I'm not so sure about, particularly if I were to compare myself to my direct counterpart, a white male gay lawyer at the associate/junior associate level specialising in Canadian criminal law.
Alas, CETA is more like a backdoor to funnel huge amounts of money to the megacorps, their CEO's and their shareholders and since a good portion of Canadian companies are controlled from south of your borders it really is just a backdoor to funnel money to wealthy Americans and their piss on you "trickle down" economics.
On the other hand if you were to start your own media imperium and get it into the into the Fortune 500, yeah then you'd potentially stand to receive a lot of European money.
Giving foreign aid to Canada's more disadvantaged groups on the other hand, instead of its super-rich that I'd have no inherent problems with, except if they were to funnel it to seal clubbing I guess.
Just wish CETA had actually included things for the normal population such as better immigration procedures and so on.