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This report was commissioned by the Canadian Culture Online Branch of the Department of Canadian Heritage to examine the implications of Canada's social economy as a viable means of supporting and strengthening the new media sector in Canada.
This document is part of a larger research project conducted by the Pan-Canadian Community Economic Development Learning Network, which is itself part of CCEDNet.
This paper examines agriculture and agri-food policy from the unique perspective of impacts and issues that are felt at the community level. Moreover, the paper gives voice to local and regional efforts currently intervening in the agriculture and agri-food sector. We call this phenomenon the "Community Voice" for Agriculture Policy.
Recommendations for reforming the tax system to reduce poverty and inequality and increase productivity and prosperity for canadians