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What actions is Canada taking to support the Canadian soybean sector?
With increased fees being charged by grocery retailers to food suppliers, what is being done to ensure Canadians will continue to have access to a reliable food supply at affordable prices?
Why is the Liberal Government refusing to pay Ken Falk’s legal fees after they falsely accused him of illegally shipping products across provincial boundaries?
What is the Government doing to ensure the agriculture sector’s reliable and timely access to temporary foreign workers?
How will the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) impact the agriculture and agri-food sector?
How can AgriRecovery assist horticultural producers impacted by COVID-19?
Is U.S. fluid milk being imported into Canada and sold on retail shelves?
How will CUSMA impact exporters of skim milk powder, milk protein concentrates and infant formula?
Will CUSMA affect investments such as Canada Royal Milk’s (Feihe) plans to manufacture and export infant formula in Kingston, Ontario?
How will the Government of Canada compensate dairy producers and processors for losses from recent trade agreements?