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The Communicator

July Issue – See All

Keeping Ahead of the Conversation

Three agriculture communications professionals discuss whether sector stakeholders are telling their own story often enough – and early enough.

A World of Advice at Your Fingertips

CAFA and CAAR working together means more valuable contacts and resources for their memberships.

Scoring Strengths with the Kolbe A Index

A system used to determine instinctual abilities is giving managers and owners new insight into employee effectiveness.

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The Canada and Manitoba governments have invested more than $210,000 in a new vegetable research site near Winkler, focused on improving yields, developing new varieties and creating opportunities for potato, sweet potato and carrot growers.

A new term was coined at the recent CAFA update in May 2016: A "farminist" is one who strives for an equal-opportunity approach to work on the farm.

In the event of a possible Canada Post labour disruption, the delivery of your copy of The Communicator may be delayed for an unknown duration.

If you’ve never been to the CAAR Conference, you might not know the breadth of valuable learning and networking opportunities the event offers to agri-retailers nationwide.

CleanFARMS is once again collecting unwanted or obsolete pesticides and livestock medications at no cost to Canadian producers.

A report on the use of glyphosate shows no unusual exposure to the herbicide in New Brunswick.

Canadian Pacific is well-positioned and ready to move this year's western Canadian grain crop, which is forecast to be significantly bigger than the five-year average, to market.