After the horrors of Ukraine, Canada should aim to be a major player in helping the world meet its future food needs
From a long-term perspective, Canada should work to raise its potential as a sustainable global food supplier— especially for developing countries that are major importers of food and, with ongoing climate warming and weather shocks, face growing threats to their own agricultural capacity.
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskyy, pictured March 15, 2022, virtually addressing Canada's Parliament. The Russian invasion of Ukraine is triggering many responses in Canada, including calls for more aid to Ukraine, tougher sanctions against Russia, accelerated welcoming of displaced Ukrainian families, dramatic new defence spending and ways for our oil industry to profit, writes David Crane. Screen capture image courtesy of CBCNN