CAPI recently identified four strategic areas of focus for prioritizing its policy research: enhancing natural capital, optimizing growth, facilitating trade, and securing public trust. It is in the context of facilitating trade that CAPI set out to learn more about the Chinese market, how it is evolving, and how Canadian agri-food exporters could expand trade […]
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CAPI leads, catalyzes and coordinates independent strategic and policy analysis on emerging agri-food issues, engages stakeholders in dialogue, and advances public policy.
CAPI’s “What We Heard” Report encapsulates views from stakeholders and issue experts during a series of workshops across Canada about a long-term sustainable vision for agriculture and agri-food growth. Growth for growth’s sake will not be enough but rather will require a perspective shaped or characterized by optimizing growth through enhancing natural capital and adopting innovation.
When CAPI was approached in March 2018 by the Government of the Northwest Territories (NWT) to undertake this study,? CAPI was very interested to examine how Barton Report growth strategies could be integrated into a renewed agriculture/food/health policy and regulatory framework in the specific jurisdictional context of the NWT.
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As an independent, non-partisan policy catalyst, CAPI brings insight, evidence and balance to emerging agri-food issues, but recognizes it can’t do it alone. CAPI acknowledges our champions who provide ideas and knowledge as well as logistical and financial support.
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