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Canada’s current population is approximately 37 million, and over 81% of Canadians live in urban centers with limited to no exposure to how their food is raised and grown. CAHI partners with third party organizations to share factual information with Canadians about animal health and veterinary medicines.
Canadian Centre for Food Integrity
The Canadian Animal Health Institute is proudly a member of the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity (CCFI) which is a not-for-profit organization that works with partners from coast to coast promoting the shared commitment to provide credible information about food and farming.
Agriculture in the Classroom Canada
Agriculture in the Classroom Canada (AITC-C) is a Canadian charitable organization with a vision to bring agriculture to every classroom, inspiring every student.
Food connects us ALL to agriculture. In a complex and changing world, it is more important than ever to inspire the next generation to care about the food they eat, where it comes from, and how it gets to their plates.
- Ten provincial member organizations which provide educational experiences and foster a passion for lifelong learning through collaboration and creativity
- Accurate, balanced, and current curriculum-linked resources for educators and students at all grade levels.
- As a charitable organization, we are proud to work with a number of dedicated partners representing government, industry, and the public - all of whom share our passion for creating meaningful educational experiences.
- Collaboration with our network of partners, stakeholders, and volunteers that share our goal of promoting agriculture education across Canada.
The Real Dirt on Farming
Farm and Food Care Ontario is a non-profit, agricultural education coalition affiliated with the Canadian Centre for Food integrity. It represents Ontario farmers and associated businesses to build public trust in food and farming in Ontario and across Canada. CAHI and its members contribute animal health information to this publication.
The Real Dirt on Farming is just one tool they have developed to answer many of the most common questions about agriculture and food production. Now in its 3rd edition, The Real Dirt on Farming helps to explain Canadian food and farming. It provides basic facts on topics conventional and organic farming, animal health and animal welfare, environmental sustainability, and technology.
Agriculture More Than Ever
CAHI proudly partners with Agriculture More Than Ever, a coast-to-coast community of agricultural advocates or “agvocates” to add their voices to the conversation about food and farming.