Canadian-grown canola is an essential part of Canada’s agriculture sector. According to the Canola Council of Canada, 90 per cent of canola grown in Canada is exported as seed, oil, or meal to 50 markets around the world. Approximately 40 per cent of those exports go to China, a market valued at more than $3.5-billion annually. Market access for exports is the lifeblood of Canada’s canola industry. But due to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s failure to manage Canada’s relationship with China, this market is now in jeopardy.
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