This is a summary of a larger study on Canadian food sector competitiveness that was undertaken by Shelley Thompson of SJT Solutions for CAPI updating previous analysis done by CAPI on the food processing sector’s competitiveness challenges, opportunities and trade deficit in the new world order.
Prosperous Agriculture Sustainable Food Innovative Policy
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Undeniably, the current COVID-19 pandemic challenges the continuity and resiliency of Canada’s food supply chains. The Canadian Agri-food Policy Institute (CAPI), along with primary producers, processors, food transporters, food retailers and food service providers, is collaborating towards policies and best practice recommendations which will help buttress the sector, ensuring it is up to the challenge […]
In this paper, one of the doctoral fellows 2017-2019 at the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) explores the current and future risks to soil health and soil security through a case study of Northern Ontario. The author, Paul Benalcazar, PhD Candidate, Lakehead University, explores the regional, national and international dimensions of policy options to encourage […]
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