Canada: Canada opens Applications for funding programs under the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   CA2023-0013

On March 6, 2023, the federal government opened applications for six programs under the Sustainable Canadian Agricultural Partnership (SCAP), Canada’s new iteration of its five-year farm policy framework. Totaling $645 million CAD, these are part of the $1 billion CAD federal-only component under SCAP. Additional programs will be announced for the $2.5 billion CAD SCAP component in shared federal-provincial spending. Farmers will also continue to have access to a range of federal and provincial Business Risk Management programs.

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