Opinion

Five steps to redefine Canada’s agri-food system for the future

The strategic opportunity for Canada is embracing this change and building on our advantages. Canada could become a global leader in producing food that actually enhances the health of our ecosystems and improves the nutrient-quality in our food. The question now is whether stakeholders are willing to work together to make this happen.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Feb. 8 in Ottawa. With one of the safest food systems anywhere, Canadians can trust the food they eat. But consumers here and abroad are pushing the bounds of what “trust” means to them. Can Canada lead the world in redefining trust for the future, write David McInnes and Don Lenihan. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By DAVID MCINNES, DON LENIHAN

PUBLISHED : Monday, Feb. 22, 2016 12:00 AM

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