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Canada getting new digital tools to help detect and prevent food safety incidents

In December 2019, Canada will be getting a new digital platform that encourages food safety partners to collaborate on new scientific research and routine surveillance – not just during outbreaks. (November 2018)


The case for change: Safe Food for Canadians Regulations

In order to continue in its role as a world-class regulator, the CFIA is building on its strong foundation and adapting to emerging trends. (June 2018)

New Centre for Plant Health poised to be innovation hub

The Honourable Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, was in Sidney, BC on April 3, 2018, to announce the Government of Canada's $80 million investment to modernize the Centre for Plant Health over the next five years. (June 2018)

Why the CFIA advocates prudent use of antimicrobial drugs

Antimicrobial resistance is a complex and evolving issue, occurring in every country around the world. It is the root cause for why antibiotics are increasingly less effective in treating infections in both humans and animals. (June 2018)

Food from abroad, home-grown safety standards

The Agency's Foreign Verification Office was established in 2016 and targets establishments that manufacture, distribute, re-pack or re-label food for export to Canada. (February 2018)

REGAL's golden opportunity for Canadian grains

As a key driver to growing Canada's economy, it's important that Canadian producers have access to innovative, effective and efficient processes to help them get their products to market. This is particularly true of Canada's golden grain – wheat. (February 2018)

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