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Ontario – Agri-business

Making sure your #1 priority is in the Next Agricultural Policy Framework (NPF)

July 14, 2017
CFIB sent Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) agriculture ministers a letter outlining CFIB agri-business members’ top priorities for the Next Agricultural Policy Framework (NPF) in advance of their annual meeting in St. John’s, Newfoundland.

Growing Ag Competitiveness and Innovation

February 16, 2017
CFIB recently provided our agri-business members’ views to federal and provincial governments as they develop the next agricultural policy framework (NPF), which will come into effect on April 1, 2018. Our report, Growing Ag Competitiveness and Innovation, outlines new key findings based on a survey sent to our 7,200 farm members, highlighting their priorities for government action for the NPF.
 

Our focus on agri-business

February 13, 2017
We represent 7,200 agri-businesses like you on the business related issues of farming. Find out more about what we’re doing to help your bottom line here.
 

Honourable mention for new Ask CFIA service

January 27, 2017
Have you tried the new Ask CFIA service? You should. It’s a one-stop online service for you to ask regulatory or technical questions and get accurate, consistent, and timely written answers.

10 agricultural priorities that need attention: a call to ministers

July 20, 2016
CFIB sent Federal, Provincial and Territorial (FPT) agriculture ministers a letter outlining CFIB agri-business members’ top priorities and list of most burdensome agencies in advance of their annual meeting in Calgary (July 20-22, 2016).
 

Red tape top concern for Canadian farmers

January 21, 2016
Although red tape affects all small businesses, it continues to hit farmers the hardest.
 

Canadian farmers burnt out by government red tape

January 21, 2015
CFIB’s Red Tape Awareness Week puts the spotlight on the negative impact red tape has on Canada’s farmers.
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