Fisheries and Land Resources

Forestry and Agrifoods

Canadian Agricultural Partnership

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership is a $3 billion, five year, Federal-Provincial-Territorial (FPT) Framework Agreement that will expire on March 31, 2023. In Newfoundland and Labrador, the Canadian Agricultural Partnership will provide $37 million in funding for the agriculture, agri-foods, and agri-products sector to support employment creation, new entrants, secondary processing, economic growth, and food self-sufficiency. The Partnership will enable the agriculture industry to grow, innovate and prosper.

The Canadian Agricultural Partnership will provide:

  • $1 billion in federal-only initiatives; and
  • $2 billion in cost-shared programming funded on a 60 per cent federal ($1.2 billion) and 40 per cent provincial and territorial basis ($800 million).

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Premises Identification Program

As of April 1, 2019, producers are required to participate in the Premises Identification Program to be eligible for funding through the Canadian Agricultural Partnership.

Premises identification is an essential part of a traceability system. It links animals and food products to geographic locations for better management of animal health and food safety emergencies. Newfoundland and Labrador’s premises identification system maps out parcels of land where animals and food products are grown, kept, assembled or disposed of. In a crisis, such as a disease outbreak or natural emergency, the Premises Identification Program system can quickly identify and notify individuals who may be affected.

For more information on the program and registration please visit https://www.faa.gov.nl.ca/agrifoods/safety/pid/index.html

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