The Canadian Agricultural Partnership
Canada’s agriculture ministers announced in July 2017 an agreement on the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a five-year $3-billion investment into a suite of agriculture programs that launch on April 1, 2018.Read CFA's response and recommendations for next steps.
Agriculture and International Trade
Agriculture is critical to the global economy, and farmers need fair, transparent and predictable trade rules to maximize business opportunities.See our recommendations
Rail backlog hurting grain farmers
Crop producers in Western Canada only get paid when they deliver their grain, but rail cars haven’t been available to move their crops. Many Prairie farmers are facing sudden cash-flow crunch. CFA calls on parliamentarians to pass Bill C-49 with amendments, and introduce short-term measures to provide immediate support.Read more and see our recommendations.
Towards a National Food Strategy
Read about the Canadian Federation of Agriculture’s activities to generate discussion on why Canada a National Food Strategy.Learn More