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The GNWT is currently seeking public and stakeholder input on the Canadian Agricultural Partnership next policy framework.

Northern residents are invited to provide feedback through the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment until May 30, 2022.

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a suite of programs and funding designed to help support agriculture in Canada. It is delivered in the NWT by the GNWT in partnership with the Government of Canada. The next five-year policy for agricultural funding is currently being developed with agriculture partners and will ensure continued progress towards achieving the goals and vision of the NWT Agriculture Strategy.

The online survey and feedback page will be available on ITI’s website until May 31, 2022. Participation by phone interview is also welcome. The public input collected through this survey will feed into the next policy framework development process – informing agriculture partners on priorities that should be considered in the 2023-2028 policy.

Access the survey below.

How do I participate?

Online through this engagement platform:

  • Contribute your ideas in the Ideas section
  • Take a survey on your thoughts about the NWT Canadian Agricultural Partnership

How will my contribution make a difference?

Any thoughts and observations – and especially experiences and ideas – that you can provide to us through this platform will be reviewed by our team.

This is an opportunity for you to join the NWT-wide conversation – we want you to tell us what matters to you.

Where can I find more information?

  • A collection of useful links and documents can be found in our libraries to the right

How we’re gathering information

We’ll be reading your survey submissions as well as your ideas on this site.

Remember, this is a conversation; we want you to tell us what matters to you.

If you are interested in participating in a phone interview or for more information, please contact Agriculture@gov.nt.ca or call 867-445-1427.

The GNWT is currently seeking public and stakeholder input on the Canadian Agricultural Partnership next policy framework.

Northern residents are invited to provide feedback through the Department of Industry, Tourism and Investment until May 30, 2022.

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a suite of programs and funding designed to help support agriculture in Canada. It is delivered in the NWT by the GNWT in partnership with the Government of Canada. The next five-year policy for agricultural funding is currently being developed with agriculture partners and will ensure continued progress towards achieving the goals and vision of the NWT Agriculture Strategy.

The online survey and feedback page will be available on ITI’s website until May 31, 2022. Participation by phone interview is also welcome. The public input collected through this survey will feed into the next policy framework development process – informing agriculture partners on priorities that should be considered in the 2023-2028 policy.

Access the survey below.

How do I participate?

Online through this engagement platform:

  • Contribute your ideas in the Ideas section
  • Take a survey on your thoughts about the NWT Canadian Agricultural Partnership

How will my contribution make a difference?

Any thoughts and observations – and especially experiences and ideas – that you can provide to us through this platform will be reviewed by our team.

This is an opportunity for you to join the NWT-wide conversation – we want you to tell us what matters to you.

Where can I find more information?

  • A collection of useful links and documents can be found in our libraries to the right

How we’re gathering information

We’ll be reading your survey submissions as well as your ideas on this site.

Remember, this is a conversation; we want you to tell us what matters to you.

If you are interested in participating in a phone interview or for more information, please contact Agriculture@gov.nt.ca or call 867-445-1427.

Page last updated: 10 May 2022, 11:22 AM