The winner of the National Agriculture Debate held Monday in Ottawa and hosted by the Canadian Federation of Agriculture, is clearly the farmer. The panel’s answers to questions surrounding bankable business risk management programs, food safety, ecological goods and services, trade, young farmers and research and development will help farmers make an informed choice when they head to the polls May 2.
The CFA will continue to follow the election campaign closely, assessing each party’s plan for Canadian agriculture.
The debate is available for replay on the CFA website, and will also be aired on CPAC (time tbd).
View the election demands from Canadian farmers here: Cast a vote for your food, your farmer.