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As an independent, non-partisan policy catalyst, CAPI brings insight, evidence and balance to emerging issues.
We provide a neutral place to hold dialogues and generate perspectives among leaders across the food system.

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CAPI conducts its research in close collaboration with industry, academia, non-government organizations and government.

CAPI acknowledges the overall support to its projects by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. We recognize the financial sponsorship, in-kind contributions and partnership of the following organizations on recent work; see actual reports for a complete acknowledgement of contributions, including from individuals:

From Record Deficits to Competitive Resurgence
(This is a work in progress. Please see our Processed Food Research Program section for a complete list.)

Municipal Food Policy

  • Sustain Ontario
  • Toronto Food Policy Council
  • Vancouver Food Policy Council
  • York University

Canada's Beef Food System
  • Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
  • Alberta Livestock and Meat Agency
  • RBC
  • Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture

Canada's Agri-Food Destination
  • Alberta Agriculture & Rural Development
  • Campbell Company of Canada
  • Canadian Federation of Independent Grocers
  • Canadian Pork Council
  • Canola Council of Canada
  • Dairy Farmers of Canada
  • Dietitians of Canada
  • Environment Canada
  • Health Canada
  • International Institute for Sustainable Development
  • Maple Leaf Foods Inc.
  • Manitoba Agriculture, Food & Rural Initiatives
  • McGill World Platform for Health and Economic Convergence,
    McGill University
  • Meyers Norris Penny LLP
  • Ministère de l'Agriculture, des Pêcheries et de l'Alimentation du Québec
  • Nestlé Nutrition Canada
  • North America Strategic Agriculture Institute
  • Nova Scotia Agricultural College
  • Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture
  • Public Health Agency of Canada
  • Pulse Canada
  • Research and Development Institute for the Agri-Environment
  • Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario
  • Royal Bank of Canada
  • Sustain Ontario
  • Spur Ventures
  • L'Union des producteurs agricoles du Québec
  • University of British Columbia
  • University of Toronto
  • University of Waterloo
  • Veg Pro International Inc.
  • Vineland Research and Innovation Centre
  • Y U Ranch
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Achieving What's Possible for Canada's Agri-Food Sector (2016)
Final report on the Forum on Canada's Agri-food Future

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Competing in the World's No. 1 Emerging Market. (2015)
A report on a trade mission to China

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Taking the Sector from Trade Deficits to a Competitive Resurgence (2014)
Projects 7 and 8 of the Processed Food Sector Research Program
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Understanding the Processed Food Trade Balance (2013)
A CAPI Research Program report
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Municipal food policy entrepreneurs (2013)
by Rod MacRae and Kendal Donahue
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The State of Canada's Processed Food Sector:
Trade Balance
(2012)
Report prepared by Douglas Hedley, PhD, and CAPI
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Canada's Beef Food System:
A Roadmap for Dialogue on Strategy
(2012)
A CAPI report
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Canada's Agri-Food Destination:
Update
(2011)
A CAPI report
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Canada's Agri-Food Destination:
A New Strategic Approach
(2011)
Report prepared by CAPI
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Building Convergence:
Toward an Integrated Health and Agri-Food Strategy for Canada
(2009)
By The McGill World Platform for Health and Economic Convergence for CAPI
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Adapting Agriculture to Climate Variability:
Executive Summary
(2010)
Conference summary by Gary Lemme, David McInnes, and Tony Szumigalski
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