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OUR WORK
As an independent, non-partisan policy catalyst, CAPI brings insight, evidence and balance to emerging issues.
We provide a neutral place to hold dialogues and generate perspectives among leaders across the food system.

WHAT WE'RE WORKING ON NOW

BARTON REPORT AND OPTIMIZING AGRI-FOOD GROWTH

The Advisory Council on Economic Growth Report (Barton Report) in 2017 identified agri-food exports as an engine for economic growth in Canada. The implications of the growth targets set for the agri-food sector on Canada’s natural capital and other domestic policy objectives, and on the role of innovation in securing growth that is compatible with sustainability objective and in building public trust are critical issues requiring an informed dialogue.

To contribute to this dialogue, CAPI organized two regional workshops to initiate critical conversations with the participation of diverse groups of producers, industry associations, governments, academia, NGOs and other interested groups.

CAPI partnered with Ag-West Bio to organize the first regional workshop in Saskatoon on December 11, 2017.
CAPI partnered with the Arrell Food Institute to organize the second regional workshop in Guelph on Mar 21, 2018. CAPI, and sponsors: Food & Consumer Products Canada, Fertilizer Canada, Farm Credit Canada, Canadian Federation of Agriculture, organized the National Conversation on May 10, 2018.

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Risk and Reward: Food Safety and NAFTA 2.0

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Understanding Agricultural Support (2017)
Summary Report

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Canada as an Agri-Food Powerhouse (2017)
Roundtable Synthesis

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Embrace or Reject It – the Implications of New Technology Adoption for Canada's Agri-Food Future (2017)
Synthesis Report of Workshop

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Synthesis Report of CAPI-AAFC Workshop on Strategies to Reduce Net GHG Emissions in Agriculture (2017)

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Synthesis Report of 3 Workshops (2016)

Organized by CAPI and the Agriculture Policy Research Community

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Synthesis Report of CAPI-AAFC Workshop on Strategies to Reduce Net GHG Emissions in Agriculture (2017)

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Synthesis Report of 3 Workshops (2016)

Organized by CAPI and the Agriculture Policy Research Community

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Achieving What's Possible for Canada's Agri-Food Sector (2016)
Final report on the Forum on Canada's Agri-food Future

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Competing in the World's No. 1 Emerging Market. (2015)
A report on a trade mission to China

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Taking the Sector from Trade Deficits to a Competitive Resurgence (2014)
Projects 7 and 8 of the Processed Food Sector Research Program
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Understanding the Processed Food Trade Balance (2013)
A CAPI Research Program report
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Municipal food policy entrepreneurs (2013)
by Rod MacRae and Kendal Donahue
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The State of Canada's Processed Food Sector:
Trade Balance
(2012)
Report prepared by Douglas Hedley, PhD, and CAPI
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Canada's Beef Food System:
A Roadmap for Dialogue on Strategy
(2012)
A CAPI report
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Canada's Agri-Food Destination:
Update
(2011)
A CAPI report
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Canada's Agri-Food Destination:
A New Strategic Approach
(2011)
Report prepared by CAPI
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Building Convergence:
Toward an Integrated Health and Agri-Food Strategy for Canada
(2009)
By The McGill World Platform for Health and Economic Convergence for CAPI
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Adapting Agriculture to Climate Variability:
Executive Summary
(2010)
Conference summary by Gary Lemme, David McInnes, and Tony Szumigalski
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