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Public Policy

Ontario Pork advocates on behalf of its more than 1,100 members on issues, legislation and regulations that impact the pork sector, by ensuring their voices are heard by policy makers during provincial and national policy discussions. 

Public policy directly affects how pork producers do business in this province; it can impact producers’ bottom line and the economic sustainability of raising pigs in Ontario.

Learn more about policy issues impacting Ontario’s pork industry. 

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Better for People, Smarter for Business Act Bill 132

Ontario Pork’s response to proposed changes to Bill 132, Better for People, Smarter for Business Act, 2019, specifically proposed changes under the Nutrient Management Act (NMA)

Ontario Pork supports the Ontario government’s efforts to remove unnecessary and burdensome red tape. Ontario Pork provided comments specific to the use of, and authority for, any Administrative Monetary Penalties (AMP), as well as...
Environment

Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP)

Ontario Pork response to proposed Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations – Temporary Foreign Worker Program (TFWP)

Ontario Pork does not support the federal government’s proposed TFWP program changes, as we believe that they will further destabilize the Canadian agriculture industry, which is already under assault on issues related to trade,...
Employment
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Additional Information

For more information, please contact Rachelle Wood, Sr. Policy Advisor. rachelle.wood@ontariopork.on.ca, 519-767-4600 Ext. 1202