Annual Reports

2020 annual report – highlights

To read the full report, download Resilient. Responsive. Ready.
Watch Jim Everson’s presentation from the March 19, 2021 CCC AGM.

RESILIENT in a disruptive year.

RESPONSIVE to unforeseen challenges.

READY to drive Canada’s post-pandemic recovery.

In this highly unusual year, partnership played a big role in keeping the canola industry strong. The wide-ranging challenges included COVID-19, spring harvesting, a heatwave in July and the ongoing market access blockage with China. Working together, we tapped into the remarkable resilience that exists all through the canola value chain.

As we navigated the twists and turns, we never lost sight of our long-term destination and what it would take to get there. We managed the difficulties of 2020 and positioned canola for greater success as we work together to grow our future.

Partnership across the value chain

The Canola Council of Canada involves all parts of the value chain, including growers, processors, exporters, life science companies and other partners. We all sit down at the same table to discuss and advance our collective success.

Our strategic plan

Our work is guided by Keep it Coming 2025, the strategic plan for the canola industry. Three strategic priorities guide our work:

Sustainable, reliable supply

Meeting growing global demand for Canadian canola while increasing the economic and environmental benefits of every acre

Differentiated value

Demonstrating the quality characteristics of canola seed, oil and meal

Stable and open trade

Creating a trade environment that consistently allows the industry to attain maximum value for canola

The year at a glance

wdt_ID Targets 2020 Results 2011 & 2012 Average (the initial strategic plan benchmarks) 2025
1 Exported Seed 11.8 MMT 8.1 MMT 12 MMT
2 Domestic Processing 10.3 MMT 6.9 MMT 14 MMT
3 Acres (Seeded Area) 20.8 million 20.2 million 22 million
4 Yield 40.1/bu/acre 31.2 bu/acre 52 bu/acre
5 Production 18.7 MMT 14.2 MMT 26 MMT
6 Oil Content (Average of No. 1 Grade) 44.1% 44.4% Maintain global competitiveness in oil content (10 yr average = 44.4%)
7 Saturated Fat Content 6.8% 6.7% Global leadership position in oil saturated fat content
8 Meal Crude Protein Content (Oil-free, 12% moisture basis) 38.6% 39.7% Increase protein availability by target species (10 yr average = 38.0%)

MMT = Million Metric Tonnes
*8.5% moisture basis

Jim Everson’s presentation from the March 18, 2021 CCC AGM

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