Ontario. Ministry of Agriculture and Food.

Ontario Bee Health Working Group report

'In July 2013, Ontario brought together a group of experts to support the development and/or implementation of strategies to mitigate the risk to honey bees from exposure to neonicotinoid seed treatments on corn and soybeans, acknowledging that a crucial milestone is the 2014 planting season. The Bee Health Working Group - composed of beekeepers, farmers, agri-business representatives, scientists, and staff from both federal and provincial government - drew on a broad range of expertise, to provide options for solutions to achieve this goal'--Ministry website.

Ontario Food Safety Research Program Compendium, 2004-2005.

Text in English and French on inverted pages. Subject(s): Food - Safety measures - Research - Ontario, Food industry and trade - Safety measures - Research - Ontario, Food contamination - Research - Ontario, Food adulteration and inspection - Ontario, Aliments - Sécurité - Mesures - Recherche - Ontario, Aliments - Industrie et commerce - Sécurité - Mesures - Recherche - Ontario, Aliments - Contamination - Recherche - Ontario, Aliments - Falsification - Ontario. Archived by Library: Aug. 10, 2005. Archivé par la bibliothèque le 10 août 2005.

Ontario Food Safety Research Program Compendium, 2004-2005. (French content)

Text in English and French on inverted pages. Subject(s): Food - Safety measures - Research - Ontario, Food industry and trade - Safety measures - Research - Ontario, Food contamination - Research - Ontario, Food adulteration and inspection - Ontario, Aliments - Sécurité - Mesures - Recherche - Ontario, Aliments - Industrie et commerce - Sécurité - Mesures - Recherche - Ontario, Aliments - Contamination - Recherche - Ontario, Aliments - Falsification - Ontario. Archived by Library: Aug. 10, 2005. Archivé par la bibliothèque le 10 août 2005.

Ontario Vineyard Improvement Program (OVIP)

'The Ontario Vineyard Improvement Program (OVIP) was launched April 2011 and is a 4 year program to assist the wine grape industry to make vineyard improvements. This initiative is in line with the industry varietal plan of December 2010 entitled, Aligning the Ontario Grape Supply and Demand: A Varietal Plan for the Grape and Wine Industry Final Report. These guidelines pertain to the Producer Support Component (PSC) of OVIP. The PSC focuses on wine grape growers by providing direct financial support for eligible vineyard improvements to eligible wine grape growers.

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