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Evan Fraser

Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | June 24, 2020
Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, pictured at a press conference. Canada would do well to put its agri-food system at the forefront of the post-pandemic recovery. Even before the pandemic, Ottawa's Advisory Council for Economic Growth recommended that investing in the agri-food sector was strategic.   The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | June 24, 2020
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | June 24, 2020
Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau, pictured at a press conference. Canada would do well to put its agri-food system at the forefront of the post-pandemic recovery. Even before the pandemic, Ottawa's Advisory Council for Economic Growth recommended that investing in the agri-food sector was strategic.   The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | March 23, 2020
Events like droughts that threaten food security have been shown to be linked to conflict. In a world where these events become more common, Canada must play a leading role if war is to be averted, writes Evan Fraser. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | March 23, 2020
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | March 23, 2020
Events like droughts that threaten food security have been shown to be linked to conflict. In a world where these events become more common, Canada must play a leading role if war is to be averted, writes Evan Fraser. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | December 5, 2018
There’s an explosion of interest devoted to agriculture and the circular economy, providing an unprecedented opportunity to drive economic and the environmental agendas, writes Evan Fraser. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | December 5, 2018
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | December 5, 2018
There’s an explosion of interest devoted to agriculture and the circular economy, providing an unprecedented opportunity to drive economic and the environmental agendas, writes Evan Fraser. The Hill Times file photograph
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | December 7, 2017
Professor Evan Fraser, Canada Research Chair on global food security and director of the Arrell Food Institute, says Canada should adopt Blockchain technology to double agri-food exports and become the world’s trusted supplier of safe sustainable food, as envisioned in a landmark report from the federal government's Advisory Committee on Economic Growth. Photograph courtesy of Ryan Cheney
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | December 7, 2017
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER | December 7, 2017
Professor Evan Fraser, Canada Research Chair on global food security and director of the Arrell Food Institute, says Canada should adopt Blockchain technology to double agri-food exports and become the world’s trusted supplier of safe sustainable food, as envisioned in a landmark report from the federal government's Advisory Committee on Economic Growth. Photograph courtesy of Ryan Cheney
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER, RORY MCALPINE | February 16, 2017
Canada must strive to become the world's second-largest exporter of agricultural products (after the United States) and double our share of world exports in processed food, the authors argue. Photograph courtesy of Gary Csoff
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER, RORY MCALPINE | February 16, 2017
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER, RORY MCALPINE | February 16, 2017
Canada must strive to become the world's second-largest exporter of agricultural products (after the United States) and double our share of world exports in processed food, the authors argue. Photograph courtesy of Gary Csoff
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER, MALCOLM CAMPBELL | June 13, 2016
Buried machinery in a barn lot in Dallas, South Dakota, May 1936. Photograph courtesy of the United States Department of Agriculture
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER, MALCOLM CAMPBELL | June 13, 2016
Opinion | BY EVAN FRASER, MALCOLM CAMPBELL | June 13, 2016
Buried machinery in a barn lot in Dallas, South Dakota, May 1936. Photograph courtesy of the United States Department of Agriculture