Looking Ahead: Reflecting on 2022 and what will drive ag policy in 2023
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 what that disruption means for the future of agriculture and food policy. The webinar will explore what changed in 2022, what may change in 2023 and what won’t.