Home   News

Ng says Canada will continue to defend our supply management system

The Federal Minister of International Trade Mary Ng says Canada is disappointed that the United States has requested a dispute settlement panel.

“We know how important stability and certainty are to our farmers, workers and businesses. We will always work to protect their livelihoods and ensure their success at home and abroad by ensuring that trade rules are implemented as intended. Canada will continue to defend our supply management system and the market access that Canada and the United States have agreed on. We will stand firm against attempts to renegotiate agreements during the dispute settlement panel process."

The U.S. launched its second dairy-related trade complaint against Canada in less than two years saying Canada is not living up to its trade obligations in the USMCA to American dairy farmers and producers.

In 2021, a dispute panel found that Canada had violated the terms of the trade agreement with the way it was allocating import quotas for U.S. dairy products.

Click here to see more...

Trending Video

Livestock Marketing

Video: Livestock Marketing

Adding a modified-live vaccine (MLV) to recombinant vaccine programs against three important viral pathogens in poultry production can have a positive impact on outcomes, according to field work by Sanderson Farms veterinarians.