Saturday, April 1, 2017


You'll have to scroll through the Advisory Council on Economic Growth (dubbed "The Barton Report") to find information on what is upcoming in policy for Canadian Agriculture. This paragraph is of interest:

To be sure, the government should first and foremost adopt policies that enable the economy as a whole to succeed, as has been the impetus for all of the Council’s recommendations. In practice, however, these policies will meet and take effect within sectors—some of which, like agfood, will benefit from additional policy focus and tailoring aimed at removing specific obstacles.

1 comment:

  1. Additional policy focus and tailoring, hmmm. I'm pretty sure hat boils down to more programs at the expense of the taxpayer and more interference by bureaucrats. But that is apparently what both the farmers and taxpayers want.