Canada’s national security and the integrity of our food system go hand-in-hand
Over the past two years, food insecurity has grown, and supply lines have struggled. Pandemic-related challenges to planting and harvesting opened conversations about the role of migrant labour and the resilience of long-distance trade.
We must embrace technologies and governance structures that will allow communities to become more food secure and we must realize most of Canada’s fruits and vegetables come from abroad, write Evan Fraser, Lenore Newman, and Janos Botschner. Photograph courtesy of Pexels