Collaborative Campaigning for Food Sovereignty & Environmental Justice
Election Action: Ask your federal candidates to support mandatory safety assessments.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) consultation deadline Sept 16.
Health Canada and the CFIA propose to exempt some GMOs from regulation. Groups call for mandatory safety assessments
Gene editing, or genome editing, are new GM techniques that can create risks and unexpected consequences.
Researchers are asking for approval to plant genetically engineered American chestnut trees in North American forests.
GM salmon now under production in Canada. First harvest delayed to Fall 2021.
Stop Corporate Self-Regulation of GMOs – CBAN action brief
Guide to the CFIA’s Consultation on GM Seed Regulation – CBAN briefing
Introduction to Genome Editing – CBAN factsheet
GMOs in your grocery store: Ranking company transparency – CBAN report
Genetically Modified (GM) Foods in Canada
It’s been over 20 years since the Canadian government approved the first genetically modified crops and foods, but critical questions about their impacts on our health, our environment, and our economy remained unanswered.
The six reports of CBAN’s GMO Inquiry dig into these important questions and investigate the real impacts and risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in Canada.
Find out more at www.gmoinquiry.ca