Setting the table for a homegrown value-added food sector

As foreign food processors pull out of Canada, taking jobs with them, it’s essential to the economy that we fill the gap

Setting the table for a homegrown value-added food sector
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As foreign food processors pull out of Canada, taking jobs with them, it’s essential to the economy that we fill the gap

TPP2 death knell for supply management, and that’s a good thing

The new Trans-Pacific deal will boost agri-food industries. But it’s a nail in the coffin for Canada's protectionist supply-management sectors

TPP2 death knell for supply management, and that’s a good thing
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The new Trans-Pacific deal will boost agri-food industries. But it’s a nail in the coffin for Canada’s protectionist supply-management sectors

Atlantic Canada should abandon government liquor monopolies

It’s time to focus on preserving public safety while permitting a market system to thrive through the entire supply chain, from producer to consumer

Atlantic Canada should abandon government liquor monopolies
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It’s time to focus on preserving public safety while permitting a market system to thrive through the entire supply chain, from producer to consumer

Tim Hortons: the killing another of Canadian icon

Parent company RBI’s international expansion plans may well be behind the heartless Tim Hortons policies in Canada

Tim Hortons: the killing another of Canadian icon
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Parent company RBI’s international expansion plans may well be behind the heartless Tim Hortons policies in Canada

The genius of Loblaws’ $25 gift card campaign

This PR masterstroke by Loblaws has allowed the company to take control of the narrative and dodge, for now, consumer mistrust

The genius of Loblaws’ $25 gift card campaign
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This PR masterstroke by Loblaws has allowed the company to take control of the narrative and dodge, for now, consumer mistrust

Just who’s the bully when it comes to minimum wage hikes?

Government generally has little or no understanding of franchising, how food distribution forces play out or even simply how small businesses operate

Just who’s the bully when it comes to minimum wage hikes?
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Government generally has little or no understanding of franchising, how food distribution forces play out or even simply how small businesses operate

Taxing meat is an unpalatable proposition

Arguing that meat is the new tobacco is sensationalist nonsense, since tobacco is not essential to life and food is. Let the market evolve

Taxing meat is an unpalatable proposition
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Arguing that meat is the new tobacco is sensationalist nonsense, since tobacco is not essential to life and food is. Let the market evolve

Loblaw, Weston bake the numbers, burn consumers

As shocking as it was, most of us will eventually forget Loblaw‘s admission of price-fixing. Let’s hope the industry doesn’t

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As shocking as it was, most of us will eventually forget Loblaw‘s admission of price-fixing. Let’s hope the industry doesn’t

How blockchain can revolutionize the foodchain

Blockchain would enhance agri-food transparency, productivity, competitiveness and sustainability

How blockchain can revolutionize the foodchain
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Blockchain would enhance agri-food transparency, productivity, competitiveness and sustainability

Repair regional relations in Canada before it’s too late

If we want Canada to add up to more than the sum of its parts, we need to get our regional house in order

Repair regional relations in Canada before it’s too late
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If we want Canada to add up to more than the sum of its parts, we need to get our regional house in order