MPs set to tackle GMOs this fall

The House Ag Committee will try to squeeze in a study on GM animals despite a cross-Canada tour tied to its look at the next agricultural policy framework, says the committee chair.

Conservative agriculture critic Chris Warkentin says Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay's instructions to the House Agriculture Committee were inappropriate, and call into question the minister's faith in the federal departments responsible for evaluating the safety of food. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright


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