How Canada’s food security work measures up

An NGO coalition gives the government high marks, but says there's still room for improvement on consultation and climate change adaptation.

Oxfam Photo
A market gardening project, set up by villagers with the help of Oxfam, in Kassira, Chad in February 2012.
Paul Hagerman, Garry Comber
Published: Thursday, 10/17/2013 10:19 pm EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 10/18/2013 11:22 am EDT

In 2008, the world was hit by a global food crisis. In 2009, Canada responded by making a commitment to double its investments in agriculture in developing countries, and to increase resources for food assistance and nutrition.

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