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03.11.2022

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

05.10.2022

OAK BROOK, Ill. (October 5, 2022) – Four leading independent agricultural organizations from Australia, Canada, the European Union, and United States have formed a collaborative initiative known as the Global Forum on Farm Policy and Innovation (GFFPI) to increase the sustainability of agriculture across the world.  

03.10.2022

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

13.09.2022

Building on two very successful previous Fellowship Programs, the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) is pleased to announce it will be conducting its third Doctoral Fellowship Program. RBC Tech for Nature through RBC Foundation funds the 2022-2024 Doctoral Fellows program, which supports a transdisciplinary research network of doctoral students. This cohort’s research focus will be […]

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25.07.2022

On June 15th, 2022, Statistics Canada published its second release of data from the 2021 Census of Agriculture. This Quick Think Report compares the 2021 data with 2016 and 2011 data, providing analysis on land use and the adoption of sustainable farming practices. The colourful maps contained in this report allow readers to quickly visualize […]

20.07.2022

The need to continue agriculture’s continuous progress in improving environmental outcomes is clear. This Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) Quick Think Report offers considerations on whether cross-compliance should be used to leverage risk management programming to improve environment outcomes.  CAPI was commissioned to prepare a report on considerations with cross-compliance within business risk management programs […]

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15.11.2022

Who does what in agriculture is not always easy to understand based on official statistics. On November 23rd, Statistics Canada released a report exploring what the Census of Agriculture says about the role females play in agriculture and food, but the statistics only tell part of the story.  Join us for a CAPI webinar where […]

10.11.2022

2022 saw agriculture and food dominate the headlines in ways not seen in recent history. The Russian invasion of Ukraine, food inflation, rising interest rates, supply chain disruptions and the federal fertilizer emission reduction target have all impacted agriculture and food policy in Canada.  While it was a year full of disruption, it is unclear […]

14.10.2022

Prices are important signals for allocating resources efficiently. In agriculture, externalities arising from production, such as air and water pollution, or positive Ecological Goods and Services (EG&S), such as biodiversity, are not priced through the marketplace and hence are either overproduced (externalities) or underproduced (EG&S), since farmers’ production decisions will not account for these external […]

14.09.2022

Building on two very successful previous Fellowship Programs, the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI) is pleased to announce it will be conducting its third Doctoral Fellowship Program. RBC Tech for Nature through RBC Foundation funds the 2022-2024 Doctoral Fellows program, which supports a transdisciplinary research network of doctoral students. This cohort’s research focus will be […]