​What the future of farming in Canada looks like

The agribusiness industry has witnessed dramatic shifts across multiple facets, ranging from technological innovations to supply chain issues, as well as sustainability expectations.

Some of these changes are driven by trade regulations and government policies, some are necessitated by supply issues (which have been exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic), but even more are led by the industry itself in pursuit of a more efficient, resilient, future-friendly farm.

Part one of KPMG in Canada's report 'Growing Canada: How agribusiness in evolving' explores the future of farming and takes a look at some of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the farming sector in the country.

Key insights uncovered:

  • Impacts of international trade agreements
  • Adapting the family farm to the future
  • Need for local, adaptable food chains
  • How technology has impacted Canadian farming
  • Importance of sustainable farming practices

Ready to discover what the future holds for agribusiness? Learn more about trends and predictions for the sector in Canada.

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