MacAulay: Ag growth rooted in sound science

Global trade pathways need to be grounded in a rules-based global trading system.

Canada leads the pack on pulse crops

Saskatchewan produces 65 per cent of the world’s lentils.

Indian model could be trouble for Canada

Negotiating paper shows possible rough spots for India FIPA talks.

Liberals release details of Harper-era budget cuts

They shed more light on nearly $2 billion in cuts from 2012.

Harmonizing the rules of agri-food trade

In the TPP, the role of standards and common rules for agricultural trade becomes even more pertinent.

Hunger is local

World leaders say there are enough resources to feed everybody, but we live in a world of 795 million chronically hungry people.

Agricultural research, unknowingly helping Canadians every day

Elected officials need to better understand the changing face of agriculture.

How the cauliflower crisis happened

Exchange rates and currency values—themselves linked to broader global economic trends—can have an uneven impact on food prices.

Canada sought to reassure Japan in TPP letter

Ottawa keen to create lumber trade committee.

Canada re-opens investment talks with India

Feds looking at 'all avenues,' Indian envoy 'very interested' in free trade, investment.

Canadian lobbyists trail Freeland to New Zealand

Trade minister, lieutenant impress stakeholders in meetings.

Sliding loonie a ‘golden opportunity’ for wine exporters

For some producers, though, the crunch comes when buying supplies abroad.

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