Speaking to Farms.com, the NDP’s federal agriculture critic, MP Alistair MacGregor, discussed his party’s agricultural platform heading into Election 2021.
Andrew Joseph, Farms.com
Canada’s 2021 election, to be held Monday, September 20, 2021, will determine the next Prime Minister, members of the House of Commons to the 44th Canadian Parliament, and how Canada will be perceived on the national and global stage.
It will also impact how we as a nation will work with our agricultural community and industry.
Farms.com contacted agriculture party critics from the federal NDP, Green Party of Canada, and the Conservative Party, as well as the reigning Liberal Party’s minister of agriculture for their party’s view on just how they see the sector and offer insight on what the future may hold should they take power.
At the time of this writing, the Liberal Party and Conservative Party have yet to confirm their interview.
Second in our series: the New Democratic Party of Canada, aka the NDP. The official agriculture party critic, MP Alistair MacGregor talked to Farms.com about what he sees are the NDP’s agriculture goals for Canada.
View the Green Party Video