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Advocacy Improves Your Bottom Line

CAAR is the only national advocate focused solely on agri-retail issues, but what does that mean for you?

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Canada’s agri-retailers are amazing, and we want to make sure all of us at CAAR are shouting that from the rooftops every chance we get. We dedicated the 2017 CAAR Conference to enhancing the expertise of agri-retailers; empowering them to continue building trust with their farmer clients.

You can read all about the conference here. If you weren’t there, you missed out on a phenomenal speaker program as well as innovative, engaging and enthusiastic exhibitors.

Reducing the Risk

CAAR is working with industry leaders to create a policy for navigating MRLs in Canada.

Focusing on Abilities

Job seekers with disabilities are a largely untapped demographic.

A Chance to Give Back

ADAMA Canada’s Thank-A-Retailer community contest recognized retailers for the positive contributions they make in their communities.

Proactive Action

The Canadian Roundtable for Sustainable Crops is actively working toward a more sustainable agriculture industry.

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CAAR is pleased to introduce two revised training courses for anhydrous ammonia safety to its training library.

Reminder: Nurse Tank Placard Deadline

CAAR has been advised that Transport Canada inspectors are actively inspecting nurse tanks in preparation for the pending change to placard requirements for nurse tanks beginning June 1, 2017.

Shine a spotlight on the best and brightest of CAAR members and submit your nomination today for the CAAR's Choice Awards!

Pierre Petelle has been appointed as the new president and CEO for CropLife Canada.

The new model was introduced at the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Kentucky in February.

Statistics Canada released the 2016 Census of Agriculture on May 10, focusing on Farm and Farm Operator Data and Reference Maps.

The Canola Council of Canada, in collaboration with Cereals Canada, announced on April 7 that Pulse Canada has joined the Keep It Clean program.