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The Plant and Animal Health Strategy for Canada provides a national vision to address and prevent evolving risks to plant and animal health in Canada.
This partnership-based strategy reflects the commitment between governments, industry, academia and other partners to protect plant health. It charts a path forward for collectively addressing evolving risks to plant and animal health focusing efforts on prevention and increased partner collaboration and coordination.
- What we heard during consultations
- News release - Plant and Animal Health Strategy for Canada
- Stay connected
- Questions and answers
- Contact us
Overview of implementation coordinating councils
Two implementation coordinating councils, one focused on plant and the other on animal, have been established to provide ongoing leadership and oversight as we implement and continue to improve the Plant and Animal Health Strategy.
Learn more about the implementation coordinating councils.
Canadian Plant Health Council
- Terms of reference for the Canadian Plant Health Council
- Member biographies for the Canadian Plant Health Council
- News Release - Canadian Plant Health Council launched
Animal Health Canada
The Animal Health Canada is coordinating the implementation of the animal side of the Plant and Animal Health Strategy for Canada.
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