Feb. 27: How will the California drought affect Canada? Professor Sylvain Charlebois interviewed
While the California drought may increase the cost of its imports to Canada, the decrease in Californian produce may serve as an opportunity for Canadian agriculture, according to Associate Dean and Professor Sylvain Charlebois. In this CBC News article, Charlebois comments on what the future may hold for Canadian produce as the drought continues. Read "California's crippling drought could cost – and benefit – Canadians"
Global News also covered the story and interviewed Charlebois on the effects of the drought. Watch "Drought to drive up produce prices"