GMO Inquiry: Are GM Crops and Foods Well Regulated?

GMO Inquiry: Are GM Crops and Foods Well Regulated?

Government regulation determines what genetically modified (GM, also called genetically engineered) foods are on the shelves, and what GM crops and animals can be planted and raised. For twenty years, the Canadian government has been approving genetically modified...
GMO Inquiry: Are GM Crops Better for Farmers?

GMO Inquiry: Are GM Crops Better for Farmers?

The Canadian government does not assess the agronomic and economic impacts of GM crops or evaluate the benefits or risks they pose, and farmers are not consulted before GM crops are approved for growing. Yields in GM and non-GM crops have increased at a similar rate...
GMO Inquiry: Are GM Foods Better for Consumers?

GMO Inquiry: Are GM Foods Better for Consumers?

This third CBAN report tackles the questions that Canadian consumers are still asking, twenty years after the government approved the first genetically modified organisms (GMOs) for human consumption. GM foods have been allowed onto grocery store shelves in Canada...
GMO Inquiry: Are GM Crops Better for the Environment?

GMO Inquiry: Are GM Crops Better for the Environment?

In this second report of GMO Inquiry 2015, we investigate the environmental impacts of genetically modified (GM; also called genetically engineered or GE) crops in Canada, and around the world. After 20 years, most of the GM crops grown in Canada are...
GMO Inquiry: Where in the World are GM Crops and Foods?

GMO Inquiry: Where in the World are GM Crops and Foods?

The Canadian government does not monitor where all GM crops/traits are grown in Canada (or even which ones are on the market), and has not established mandatory labelling of GM foods. The numbers in this report are gathered from a variety of sources, including...