The development of the food production system and advancement in the agricultural field has enhanced the process of management of seeds. The reproductive capacity of seeds has been re-engineered biologically to increase the crop yields and feeding huge populations. Seeds have supported the global agriculture industry but through commoditisation process mass revenue have earned by only a few powerful multinational organizations. Seeds have also been developed into social organisms, as the source of life and foundation of civilization. The food safety concerns coupled with advancement in biotechnology, seemingly unchecked has directed towards the risk associated with seed producing practices and contemporary seed breeding. The Government of Canada transferred its traditional responsibility of administering and managing seed programs to the private industry stakeholders. The process allows Big Ags to acquire more shares in the seed industry at a risk of restricting public access and ownership. However, the implementation of new technologies has been a most significant factor in the growth of modern seed varieties. In Canada, the seed industry shows an exponential increase in revenues and growth of international seed trade. The multinational organizations like, DuPont, Syngenta, and Monsanto maintain a huge stake in the agriculture sector of Canada. Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada describe these corporations as the primary members form the core of the seed industry. The Canadian Seed Growers Association is a sole organizing body that certifies pedigree seeds and ensures that it meets a particular set of standards related to seed growing practices and seed breeding. The seed industry has also contributed to the economic development of the country.