Farmers, consumers, academics and government joined the Government of Canada to discuss their views on what should be included in A Food Policy for Canada.
Most business owners involved in capital-intensive sectors, like farming, are actually very focussed on efficiency.
Trip serves to confirm that Ontario and the U.S. share a valuable trade relationship.
The very success of supply management is dependent on the producers’ ability to be price setters, based on transparent cost of production formulas.
Grain Farmers of Ontario would like to remind Ontario farmers to take empty seed and pesticide bags into CleanFARMS.
Fear is often rooted in facing the unknown.
Local Food Week promotes the importance of supporting your local economy by purchasing food products that were farmed close to home.
Ontario’s grain farmers have reduced their climate impact in corn by 37%.
A unified food policy dedicated to food security, accessibility and sustainability is long overdue.
The main reasons for the change are to give more decision-making power to the municipalities and to speed up the appeal process.