The Issues

The major issues for the future of the dairy industry.
Imported dairy products in Canada are limited by customs tariffs, a control that is essential to a properly functioning supply management system. Yet, since the end of the 90s, milk ingredients have entered the country tariff-free through loopholes in (...)
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Supply management and trade agreements Supply management and trade agreements Download   The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement with European Union (CETA) On October 18, 2013, the Canadian government signed an agreement in (...)
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Most of the world's large countries have laid the foundations for a prosperous economy primarily by developing their agricultural sector. Since the Great Depression of the 30s, most States have intervened to solve what economists called the "farm problem" (...)
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The Quebec and Canadian governments must get involved in the fight to recognize an exception for agriculture and food and the right of all people to food sovereignty, as they did when they recognized the cultural exception at UNESCO. Food sovereignty (...)
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Canadian milk producers rely entirely on market prices and receive no government subsidies to support their incomes. They need the Canadian market to be protected so that exporting countries that heavily subsidize their producers, have weather conditions (...)
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