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Scaling up local food systems in Quebec and Ontario: Actors, Institutions, and Change in the Governance of Two Regional Food Systems

By Équiterre and the Center for Trade Policy and Law

December 2010

Acknowledgements

Équiterre would like to thank the International Development Research Council (IDRC) which, through its funding, has been instrumental to the development of the research department at Équiterre, particularly our growing expertise in the field of food sovereignty and food policy. This document is the third and final report published as part of an IDRC-funded research project.

We would also like to thank the Centre for Trade Policy and Law (CTPL) at Carleton University. Chantal Blouin, Jane Imai, and Kausar Ashraf of the CPTL have all made essential contributions to the first two reports, which are:


  • Blouin et al. (2009). Local Food Systems and Public Policy: A Review of the literature.

  • Konforti (2010). International Trade Law and Local Food Policy.

Please visit http://www.equiterre.org/choix-de-societe/dossier/pour-la-souverainete-alimentaire-des-peuples to access these and other related documents.

The Authors

Kausar Ashraf


Assistant researcher, Centre for Trade Policy and Law, Carleton University

Lazar Konforti,


Consultant, Équiterre

Supervision by Jean-Frédéric Lemay, head researcher




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