Federal, provincial and territorial ministers of agriculture helping the sector grow, innovate and prosper2018-07-20 - News Release
Canadian farmers, ranchers and processors across the country work hard every day to ensure that Canadians and consumers around the world have access to high-quality and healthy food.
Advancing innovation in Canada’s beef sector with a $14 million federal investment2018-07-11 – News Release
The Canadian beef sector is a strong economic driver, accounting for $9 billion in farm cash receipts in 2017.
Services and information
The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a five-year (2018-2022), $3 billion investment by federal, provincial and territorial governments to strengthen the agriculture and agri-food sector.
Research results, best practices for farmers and licensing opportunities to bring new technologies to market.
Help consumers identify your food and agriculture products as grown and made in Canada.
Reports on Canada's agricultural industries, exports and imports, and foreign markets.
Product fact sheets, directories and news about Canadian agriculture and food products.
Market information, programs and services to help you export your agriculture and food products.
Learn how Canadian agriculture touches the lives of Canadians and people all around the world.
What we are doing
Laws and regulations
- Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food Act
- Agricultural Marketing Programs Act
- Canadian Agricultural Loans Act
- Experimental Farm Stations Act
- 2017 Canadian Agricultural Outlook
- An Overview of the Canadian Agriculture and Agri-Food System 2016
- We Grow a Lot More Than You May Think
- Farm Income, Financial Conditions and Government Assistance Data Book, 2016
- Soils of Canada
- Plant Hardiness Zones of Canada
- Drought Watch Interactive Mapping (DWIM) Derived Climate data
Annual meeting of Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial ministers
Ministers gathered in Vancouver to discuss topics critical to the growth and continued prosperity of the sector.
Canadian Agricultural Partnership
Federal program details and application guides under the Canadian Agricultural Partnership are now available.
Soy, oh soy!
Canadian soybeans are used to make countless soy-based protein-rich and healthy alternative foods. But did you also know that they can be used to produce green energy?
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