The agriculture policy of the 21st century must focus on producing healthy food, providing fair incomes for farm families and creating thriving rural communities while protecting natural ecosystems. It is possible to promote resilience in agriculture so that it addresses climate change and is capable of adapting to the economic and environmental shocks of an increasingly unpredictable world. Unfortunately, the agricultural policies promoted by successive Canadian governments, including the current one, do none of these things.
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