Reducing Barriers to Internal Trade

Quick Facts:

Working Toward Solutions:

CFA has identified the two largest obstacles to interprovincial or domestic trade as differing provincial transportation regulations and inconsistencies between provincial and federal inspections require at meat processing facilities. CFA stresses that Canada should make the most of local and regional business prospects while it seeks to finalize and diversify international trade agreements. 

 CFA has also passed several resolutions regarding domestic trade in its policy manual and will continue to make sure that farmers’ viewpoints are represented in any forum on internal trade in Canada. 

CFA Recommendations:

Read more about our trade policies in the CFA Policy Manual