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The People’s Party of Canada (PPC) talked to about its plans for Canadian agricultural heading into Election 2021.

Andrew Joseph,

This upcoming Monday, September 20, 2021, Canadians will cast their vote for their next Prime Minister, members of the House of Commons to the 44th Canadian Parliament shaping our nation’s path as seen through national and international eyes.

Politics, regardless of level, affects the Canadian farmer, but policies set by the federal arm have particular impact.

For your voting interest, contacted agriculture party critics and spokespeople from the federal People’s Party of Canada (PPC), Green Party of Canada, NDP (New Democratic Party), the Conservative Party, and the reigning ag minister for the Liberal Party to tell us what their party’s view is on the Canadian agriculture sector and what they have in mind if their party takes power.

Unfortunately, at the time of this article, both the federal Liberal Party and Conservative Party did not accept the invitation from for an interview.

As such, here is our third and final video interview, the purple party: the People’s Party of Canada.

Candidate Peter Taras, running in the Ontario riding of Niagara Falls, is the owner of Harvest Ridge Farm where they grow garden plants for spring. Less government interference – that’s the message from the Taras. Watch the video below for more insight on PPC agriculture plans.

Read the Green Party article and watch the Green Party interview.

Read the NDP article and watch the NDP party interview.

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