Vision for Agricultural and Food Innovation and Public Education
On February 7, 2020, The School of Public Policy, with the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, announced the creation of the Simpson Centre for Agricultural and Food Innovation and Public Education.
Housed at the School of Public Policy, the Simpson Centre focuses on the numerous social and economic factors that facilitate the success of Canadian agri-food and agri-business. The goal is to make the Simpson Centre a locus of Canadian research that strengthens and supports the growth and sustainability of agri-food and agri-business – especially in Canada.
Collaborating on Agriculture and Food Innovation in Canada
How the Simpson Centre supports growth and sustainability for Agriculture and Agri-food across Canada. Announcing the partnership between UFA, RCF, and the Simpson Centre.
Including the Public in Discussions about Canadian Agriculture
How the Simpson Centre exhibits the relevance of agriculture to a greater public. Shares research and informs discussions through public education. Elevating all voices within agriculture.
Creating a Neutral Common Ground for discussions about Agriculture
How the Simpson Centre is increasing awareness of the importance of agriculture in an honest and impartial way. Advancing ALL of agriculture: how the Simpson Centre is striving for neutrality.
Practical Solutions for Agriculture informed by Different Stakeholder Perspectives
How the Simpson Centre is ensuring that all stakeholders are invited to the table when addressing important aspects of the future for Canadian Agriculture. Hearing a diversity of voices as we encourage growth of the agricultural sector.
Responding to Global Issues affecting our Food System
How the Simpson Centre recognizes the importance of strengthening Canada’s food system. Responding to relevant issues informed by recent and current events in Canada and beyond.