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We've tabled the 2019 to 2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy

19 Jun 2019

On June 19th, 2019, we tabled the 2019 to 2022 Federal Sustainable Development Strategy, Canada’s fourth. Drawing on input and ideas from Canadians across the country, the strategy sets out what we will do over the next 3 years for a greener Canada and a better quality of life for Canadians.

Your feedback helped us strengthen the FSDS. To respond to public comments, we have:

  • strengthened our targets to ensure they are specific and are supported by indicators
  • added new targets in areas such as zero-emission vehicle sales and growing Canada’s clean technology exports
  • revised the strategy’s Sustainable Food chapter to reflect efforts to promote an innovative and competitive agri-food sector and help Canadians make healthy food choices
  • expanded our suite of performance measures and clarified linkages between targets, indicators and action plans

While our strategy is now in place, we still want to hear from you about your sustainable development priorities and particularly what you’re doing for a more sustainable Canada. We look forward to continuing the conversation as we implement our strategy.


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