Recent Updates

Organic Products Act Passes Second Reading

Bill 153, the Organic Products Act passed second reading on November 23, 2017. The bill will now go to the...

Inside Ontario’s Struggle to Protect Organic Food

By Mary Wales In September of this year, MPP Peter Tabuns (Toronto—Danforth) and MPP Sylvia Jones (Dufferin-Caledon) tabled a bill...

Food for thought from the asparagus field

This is a guest post from an OCO member, and doesn’t necessarily reflect the official position of OCO itself.  We...

Guest Research Review: How does organic mitigate climate change?

Organic production does mitigate climate change. The question is not if, but how. The Washington-based Organic Centre is one of...

Organic: More than just marketing

There are a lot of different labels, terms and certifications for consumers to consider when buying food. It can be...

Supporting small-scale organic producers in Ontario

This fall, the Ontario legislature is considering a bill that would regulate use of the term “organic” in the province....

Making Sense of “Organic” Labels For Non-Food Products

It’s hard enough, sometimes, trying to determine whether the food you buy is indeed organic. But what happens when the...

CBC News: Proposed law would close Ontario’s organics labelling loophole

CBC News covers Bill 153, the Organic Products Act, and efforts to close the loophole that allows for fraudulent organic...

Radio-Canada: L’Ontario veut réglementer l’utilisation du mot « biologique »

Radio-Canada featured OCO and the campaign for organic regulation in Ontario in a piece for radio and online. The article...

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