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September Issue – See All

The Power of Collaboration

Two companies put competition aside to team up and further benefit their customers.

Advancing Women in Agriculture

The Advancing Women in Agriculture Conference offers an opportunity for women to build skills, network and learn from each other’s experiences.

Building Strength Through Collaboration

I am a collaborative person by nature, so it goes without saying that I am thrilled to see this issue of The Communicator profile a series of partnerships that have found strength through collaboration. I’m inspired by the effort it takes to come together to identify and accomplish a common goal.

The Anatomy of a Terminal Build

Two new terminals from Federated Co-operatives Ltd. are leading the way in efficiency and design.

Putting Members First

As CAAR transitions our executive leadership, membership support and feedback are more important than ever.

The Cause and Effect of Cause Marketing

Two industry experts weigh in on their experiences with cause marketing and how it can benefit agri-retailers.

Life-Saving Lessons

CASA’s grain entrapment demonstration unit is educating the industry and helping save lives across the country.

Studying for Stewardship

The Communicator examines the process agri-retailers must complete to receive and maintain 4R Designation.

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Fifty-seven percent of Canada’s largest cropping province now has fields full of herbicide tolerant weeds.

A Saskatoon-based company has developed a system designed to prevent people falling from grain bins.

The federal government has extended the deadline for the survey on “A Food Policy for Canada.” The online survey and comment period was originally slated to end on July 27, but has been extended to August 31.

Organizations representing Manitoba residents and businesses gathered in Winnipeg on July 13 to form a coalition to fight carbon taxes in the province.

With support from OMEX, a Manitoba producer is making a big difference in the lives of children in Africa.

Canadians are being encouraged to provide their views on what should be included in “A Food Policy for Canada.”

The July Communicator is coming your way this week!