Ag Economics Topics
The recent Bank of Canada (BoC) interest rate hike reflects continued strength and confidence in the Canadian economy.
In this third of a five-part series examining the year ahead, we look at the role the energy markets will play in Canadian agri-food competitiveness.
In this second of a five-part series examining what lies in the year ahead, we look at the role farmland values will play in Canadian agri-food competitiveness.
In this first of a five-part series examining what lies in the year ahead, we look at the role the global economic landscape will play in Canadian agri-food competitiveness.
J.P. Gervais, FCC Chief Agriculture Economist provides a month by month breakdown of his major economic moments of 2017.
Increased supply of feed in Eastern Canada will be supportive of Canada’s competitiveness in the livestock industry while tighter supplies of feed barley in Western Canada will not.
Grain World 2017: a preliminary look at what to expect for the 2018 growing season.
Imports of the top commodities grew over the decade
Canada’s role as a world exporter is much smaller than our role as a major importer of beverages and that’s not an indication of our weakness in the market. It signals our growing population with higher incomes, who have specific preferences for luxury goods.
Canada’s export revealed comparative advantage shows growth opportunities.