Canada: agricultural innovation gets $50 million boost

The federal government has announced a $50 million investment in Canada's agricultural and agri-food sector to promote long-term growth and competitiveness.

Thursday 17 November 2011 (6 years 6 months 3 days ago)

The federal government has announced a $50 million investment in Canada's agricultural and agri-food sector to promote long-term growth and competitiveness.

The Agricultural Innovation Program (AIP) will support industry-led science and technology projects that bridge the gap between ideas and discoveries, and products in the marketplace. Making the innovative value-added products, technologies, processes and services commercially available will help the Canadian agri-based sector increase employment and revenues and reduce production costs.

AIP is a national program but will provide support for local initiatives to help address specific pre-commercialization issues or opportunities. The investment will help leverage private sector resources, which are key to ensuring prosperity and competitiveness of our agriculture sector.

Thursday November 10, 2011/ http://www.swbooster.com

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