The Simpson Centre is neutral in its research process and outputs. We connect researchers, everyday people, industry stakeholders and government actors to scientific issues critical to the future of Canada’s agricultural and food system.
In a digital information age, where the boundary between fact and science is often blurred, we’re looking to help foster collaborations based on reliable information.
As a knowledge broker, the Simpson Centre aims to:
- Connect different audiences.
- Improve public understanding of food production processes, regulations, and infrastructure.
- Host experiments in collaborative policymaking with the commitment of government to create new policies based on our findings.
- Evaluate our knowledge brokering activities to encourage feedback and be responsive.
Learn more about the Simpson Centre’s research and impacts in our Annual Report.