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Canadian-made, science-based innovation in sustainable agriculture

By David Burton      

It brings together a national network of researchers, farmers, manufacturers and retailers to ensure the food that ends up on Canadian dinner tables is not only nutritious and plentiful, but is also grown in a way that is environmentally sustainable.

Agriculture Minister Lawrence MacAulay, right, helps celebrity chef Michael Smith whip up a dish during the Canadian Horticultural Council and the Canadian Produce Marketing Association’s fall harvest advocacy week at a Nov. 7, 2017, reception at the Westin Hotel in Ottawa. Photograph courtesy of the Canadian Horticultural Council

From a distance, it is difficult to see a connection between a young family sitting at their dinner table in Vancouver and a national network that includes a farmer in Prince Edward Island, an agri-retail store in Saskatchewan, and a researcher in Halifax. Upon closer inspection, however, Canadians from all backgrounds and all regions are tied together by a common thread.

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Singh’s strong campaign an internal win, whatever the outcome, New Democrats say

Jagmeet Singh’s impressive campaign has ‘rescued’ and ‘refocused’ the NDP after the failed 2015 effort, Ed Broadbent says.

The astrophysicist whose polling aggregator is projecting the election

News|By Neil Moss
The mastermind behind 338Canada, poll aggregator Philippe Fournier, is aiming to correctly call 90 per cent of the seats in the Oct. 21 race.

Transition teams must be prepared for ‘unpredictable outcomes’ in minority situation, say former senior bureaucrats

News|By Mike Lapointe
The 'essence of clerkness' is continuity of government, says former PCO clerk Mel Cappe, who says he's 'strongly advised' current PCO clerk Ian Shugart to reach out to Andrew Scheer's team.

Preliminary data shows nearly 3 million tuned in to French debate, more than double 2015’s ratings

The viewership for the Leaders' Debates Commission's French debate was more than double the viewership for the TVA debate, preliminary data shows, and higher than the 2015 French consortium event.

‘It’s definitely in the top quadrant’: election campaign one of dirtiest in recent history, say political insiders

News|By Abbas Rana
This campaign is not defined by any overarching issue, and has become ‘personal’ and ‘ugly’ between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, says pollster and Ipsos president Darrell Bricker.

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‘The numbers are holding very closely to what they were last time. It all depends on turnout,’ says the 31-year MP Ralph Goodale. 

Candidates scramble to outperform their competitors in the critical ground game ahead of next week’s election

News|By Abbas Rana
Liberal MP Ken Hardie says his team has set up get-out-the-vote ground operations in the riding to get all his supporters to the polling booths on election day.

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If it’s a minority government, Liberals can stay in power even if Conservatives win more seats on Oct. 21, but could prompt public backlash

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