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Definition: The body of law dealing with farming.

Alberta Resources

AFAC is an association started in 1993 by the livestock producers of Alberta to: promote responsible, humane animal care; engage in discussion with the public; monitor and participate in issues and legislation, and; encourage animal care research. AFAC's goal is to improve animal handling and promote responsible animal care. The partnership recognizes that animal welfare issues are a growing international concern and the public expect all animals to be humanely treated throughout their lifetime.
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The Farmers Advocate Office works to ensure rural Albertans have consumer protection, rural opportunities and fair process. We administer the Farm Implement Act that provides consumer protection through warranty, parts availability and licensing provisions, including inspection to assist in FIB proceedings. Rural opportunity is realized through assisting landowners with managing their land asset, mitigating business risk and maximizing future economic opportunity as it relates to interaction with the energy industry. Fair process is facilitated through the development and implementation of peer oriented appeal processes.

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The Agency protects consumers by contributing to food safety, the protection of plants and the health of animals in Canada. Food safety and consumer protection are essential to the health of Canadians. Inspection and verification of importers and exporters enhance the level of confidence in agricultural inputs, animal and plant health and food safety, elements essential to marketplace confidence. The legislative authorities provide health, social and economic benefits for all Canadians.

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Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is a federal Crown Corporation, reporting to Parliament through the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food.

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This online source of the consolidated Acts and regulations of Canada is provided by the Department of Justice Canada. The consolidations are generally updated on a weekly basis.

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The National Farm Animal Care Council (NFACC) coordinates a national approach to advance farm animal care and welfare in Canada. They bring together diverse stakeholders to: develop Codes of Practice for the care and handling of farm animals, create a process for the development of animal care assessment programs, and provide a forum for open dialogue on farm animal welfare.

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The National Farm Products Council oversees the national supply management agencies for poultry and eggs and national promotion research agencies to ensure an efficient system that works in the balanced interest of stakeholders, from producers to consumers.
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