Way Forward for Sustained, Long-term Growth: Optimizing Land Use At the end of 3 major dialogues in 2017 and 2018 held by CAPI to examine “Barton Forward: Optimizing Growth in the AgriFood Sector”, it became clear that growth for growth’s sake will not be enough but rather will require a perspective shaped or characterized by […]
Opening channels of dialogue through research
CAPI Board member Chantelle Donahue will be inducted into the Saskatchewan Agriculture Hall of Fame (SAHF) this year! This is an exceptional achievement which underscores the very significant contributions Chantelle has and is making on the Canadian Agri-Food sector. All well deserved! Chantelle not only makes her mark in Saskatchewan but unquestionably inspires other agri-food leaders and next generation across Canada.
Five men from across Canada who continue to make a difference in the agricultural industry have been selected to join the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame as 2018 inductees. Ted Bilyea, Peter Dhillon, Wilf Keller, Larry Martin and Honourable Gerry Ritz will be officially inducted into the national Hall of Fame at a ceremony on Sunday, November 4, 2018 in Toronto, Ontario.
This paper, commissioned by CAPI, critically examines the issue of externality in agriculture and what can be done about it. In this regard, it is important to remember that something might be identified as a problem but may, in fact, not be a problem – we should not simply assume a problem exists and then try to solve it without knowing whether the problem even exists or not.
In this paper, the authors explain the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and its benefits to Canadian agriculture.
CAPI recently identified four strategic areas of focus for prioritizing its policy research: enhancing natural capital, optimizing growth, facilitating trade, and securing public trust. It is in the context of facilitating trade that CAPI set out to learn more about the Chinese market, how it is evolving, and how Canadian agri-food exporters could expand trade […]
By 2050, nearly 10 billion people will live on the planet. Can we produce enough food sustainably? The synthesis report of the World Resources Report: Creating a Sustainable Food Future shows that it is possible – but there is no silver bullet. This report offers a five-course menu of solutions to ensure we can feed everyone without […]
This study talks about expired food being repackaged, vegetable oil added to olive oil, a mixture of chalk and food coloring sold as turmeric… food fraud is a growing evil in the agri-food industry and represents more than ever a prevailing key issue within the supply chain, from producer to distributor. In order to better understand […]