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10th Annual Canadian Agri-Food Policy Conference

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10th Annual Canadian Agri-Food Policy Conference

Time: January 23, 2020 to January 24, 2020
Location: Infinity Convention Centre
Street: 2901 Gibford Drive
City/Town: Ottawa, ON K1V 2L9
Website or Map: https://caes-scae.ca/canadian…
Phone: 613-696-1580
Event Type: conference
Organized By: Agri-Food Innovation Council
Latest Activity: Nov 4

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Event Description

This conference addresses contemporary issues and potential policy solutions facing the agri-food system in Canada today. The key issues to be discussed include :
(1) the risks and benefits of trade with China;
(2) GM Labeling;
(3) food security on First Nations;
(4) African Swine Disease;
(5) enhancing competitiveness in the Canadian Agri-Food Sector; and
(6) cutting edge research on policy matters and more.

In addition, all conference participants will have the opportunity to participate in a post-conference workshop designed to promote networking to address these challenges. Importantly, student research will be promoted throughout the conference in terms of a poster competition and presentations.

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