Canada needs to work to reduce food trade barriers. Ottawa–Half of the global population will depend on foreign countries for their food supply by 2050 and international markets must function better to keep them from going hungry, says Claire Citeau, Executive Director of the Canadian Agri-Food Trade Alliance (CAFTA). Currently international markets for food often function poorly because of trade-distorting subsidies and various forms of government protection, she told the Commons agriculture committee. Food export restrictions can be highly damaging […]