As a farmer, is it important to you that your business needs and community issues are considered when decisions are being made that affect agriculture and rural communities? The month of May 2021 is your time to be counted, when you complete the Census of Agriculture.
Census data is used by policymakers, businesses, individuals, academics, and farm organizations (including CCGA) to study, bring issues forward, and advocate for Canadian farmers. For example, data collected in 2016 has been used to communicate farmers' sustainability story, to highlight the role of family farms in Canada and globally, and to support Canadian agriculture exports.
Every five years, Statistics... (read more)