Are GM crops
and foods
well regulated?

Report 5 | December 2015

This report examines how deeply untransparent Canada’s regulation of GMOs is today. Despite twenty years of critique, Canada’s safety assessment of genetically modified (GM) foods, crops and animals is still a closed-door process that is based on information provided by industry – information that is kept confidential and not disclosed to the public or independent scientists.

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Thank you for sending us your questions!

This is a sampling of questions that we answer in this report:

How does the Canadian government evaluate new GMOs?
Why does Health Canada not do their own independent research studies on GMOs?
Who decides whether new GM foods are safe for humans and the environment?