To its peril, Canada’s agri-food industry – and indeed, all of Canada — has chugged along for more than a century without a comprehensive agri-food strategy. You’d think whoever is running Ottawa would have made it a priority, given we are active internationally exporting food and so dependent on imports. Consider the consequences if the food system goes awry, if the supply chain or export pipeline changes significantly – which could very well happen for political reasons, let alone agronomic ones – or worse, starts drying up. What provisions do we have to make sure our nation is fed, other…
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