Agriculture and Forestry – May 14, 2015

In Committee from the Senate of Canada

Agriculture and Forestry – May 14, 2015

Senators continue their study on international market access priorities for the Canadian agricultural and agri-food sector. Julie Cull (program manager, participation & equine development) from Equine Canada, Corlena Patterson (executive director) of the Canadian Sheep Federation discuss their respective organization’s concerns regarding market access, while David McInnes (president and CEO) and Ted Bilyea (chair of the board of directors) from the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute outline provide a number of suggestions on how to increase agricultural exports to China.
(May 14, 2015)