The Pan-Canadian Journal of Issues and Events in Agriculture
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Tag Archives: Canada
Falls short in attracting Canada’s sophisticated consumer By Sylvain Charlebois, Professor of Food Distribution and Policy, College of Business and Economics, University of Guelph As Target prepares to leave Canada, Walmart is marching on with the next installment of its … Continue reading
But killing it will be worse for the environment and pose more danger to the public in both Canada and the US By Kenneth P. Green, Senior Director, Natural Resource Studies, The Fraser Institute The newest entrant into the ongoing … Continue reading
Printable copy: Documentary Channel – June 4
The following article by Mark Hume appeared in the November 7th issue of the Globe and Mail: British Columbia’s “sacrosanct” Agricultural Land Commission will be effectively dismantled and the B.C. Oil and Gas Commission will assume new responsibilities for land … Continue reading
In keeping with Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) commitment to providing timely and relevant economic analysis to the Canadian agriculture industry, FCC Chief Agricultural Economist J. P. Gervais shares five key economic issues in agriculture to watch in 2014. “Canadian agriculture … Continue reading
Canadian and German companies are invited to submit proposals for collaborative industry-led R&D projects aimed at creating new products, processes and services for civilian applications including, but not limited to, the fields of: • Renewable and alternative energy; • Advanced … Continue reading
Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency has done a study on the effects of neonicotinoid-treated seed on pollinators, and has concluded that “current agricultural practices related to the use of neonicotinoid-treated corn and soybean seed are not sustainable.” It plans … Continue reading