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28.02.2023

The CAPI Connection is our monthly newsletter that will connect you with the work we are doing at the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and the broader community driving agriculture policy. Read The CAPI Connection

09.02.2023

The CAPI Connection is our monthly newsletter that will connect you with the work we are doing at the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and the broader community driving agriculture policy. Read The CAPI Connection

08.02.2023

The CAPI Connection is our monthly newsletter that will connect you with the work we are doing at the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and the broader community driving agriculture policy. Read The CAPI Connection

16.12.2022

The CAPI Connection is our monthly newsletter that will connect you with the work we are doing at the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and the broader community driving agriculture policy. Read The CAPI Connection

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24.02.2023

Note from CAPI and CGAI The world is changing, and agriculture and food are on the front lines. A multilateral trading system under stress, increasing demand, pressures on production and climate change are colliding to tighten supplies, increase food insecurity, and challenge trade. As a top food-exporting nation, how Canada chooses to respond will define […]

09.02.2023

Note from CAPI Pandemic-induced inflation and supply shortages have caused increases in input costs for Canadian agriculture, a rising trend that began before 2022.However, prices rose even higher in 2022, mainly exacerbated by the invasion of Ukraine and spiking energy costs. Such dramatic increases in input costs, primarily fertilizer, seed and fuel, added additional upward […]

25.01.2023

Pressures on global supply and demand for food are not new. However, recent increases in demand, from a growing population with increasing incomes, and impacts on production, from changing climates to geopolitics, have increased the pressure to new levels. The impact of these global pressures on Canadian agriculture and food are also increasing.    It is […]

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14.03.2023

Amid persistent climate perturbations, water quantity and quality will redefine agri-food production and trade. Meanwhile, the United Nations predict a global population of over 9.1 billion by 2050, requiring 70% more food production. Canada, the world’s 5th largest exporter of agricultural commodities, has access to upwards of 20% of the world’s surface freshwater supply and […]

08.03.2023

The Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and the Ontario Agriculture College are hosting a presentation and panel discussion on the important topic of the resiliency of Canada’s agri-food supply chain. Over the last several years supply chains have faced significant pressures from the pandemic, extreme weather, climate change and other disruptions. Taking a proactive approach, […]

21.12.2022

With the launch of the Federal Sustainable Agriculture Strategy, the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) and Ag-West Bio are bringing together leaders to discuss the role that innovation plays in improved sustainability in agriculture. Event recording Presentation slides