The Growth Economy: Keeping Canada Competitive in Agriculture

Canada has a large natural resource base, great land and some very unique crops that we lead the world in, like canola, pulse crops, wheat and oats. We have rain-fed agriculture, so we are not reliant on irrigation or external water systems. No one else in the world can do what we do in canola, and we are not going to move to a new geography. We can bring novel ingredients to the food industry that the rest of the world does not have access to, and that is a great thing. Strategy, to me, is about having something different—and we can do something different here.  

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