Agriculture is an important sector of Canada’s economy, helping generate almost 300,000 jobs and supplying the much larger food production and processing industries. Top products include canola, wheat, cattle/beef, vegetables and poultry. Canada is a significant exporter of such agricultural products around the world. Agriculture continues to evolve with the times in Canada, encompassing aquaculture, flowers, mushrooms and cannabis, with an increasingly growing focus on organic foods as well.
CHS has been retained in numerous disputes involving agriculture, including valuations and loss quantifications for farms being expropriated for highway construction, loss quantifications for breaches of contract or alleged negligent actions impacting farm productivity, and quantification of financial losses as a result of trade policies, quotas and other government regulations.
Quantification of Disturbance Damages Related to Expropriation of FarmMatter involving the quantification of disturbance damages (i.e. business losses and out-of-pockets expenses) due to the expropriation and relocation of a cash crops farm.Learn More