What does the future hold for Quebec agriculture?
— Published on February 10, 2009
At first glance, Quebec's agricultural sector appears to be stable. However, this apparent stability belies a number of ill-conceived public policies that threaten to destabilize agricultural economics in the province. This report examines these policy issues and recommends reforms necessary to ensure the viability of Quebec's agriculture. Most importantly, the province needs to replace the supply management system and scores of farm subsidies in favor of an open and competitive market.