ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
The Communicator

February Issue – See All

Achieve 4R Designation at the CAAR Conference

This pre-conference session is a unique opportunity for CCAs and agronomists to become designated in the company of their peers.

CAAR’s 2017 Year in Review

CAAR represented agri-retailers on a diverse range of issues in 2017.

In 2017, CAAR continued to focus on advocacy and created positive benefits for agri-retailers on numerous policy and compliance issues. Reflecting on the past year, CAAR is proud to have delivered on its mandate to advance and defend Canadian agri-retail.

“It is CAAR’s promise to you that we will continue working to ensure the collective voice of our membership is being heard and acted upon,” says Lynda Nicol, director of member services at CAAR.

CAAR Pro-Ag Investments Auction

It wouldn’t be the CAAR Conference without CAAR’s Pro-Ag Investments Auction! Always a conference highlight, this annual event supports programming and advocacy, while helping to keep membership fees low.

The 2018 CAAR Conference

Conference attendees have the invaluable opportunity to tap into the minds of their customers at the Understanding Farmers’ Needs and Expectations panel discussion.

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Wrap up 2017 with the latest agri-retail news and issues that matter to you! The December issue of The Communicator is online and coming to your mailbox.

Tomorrow, Friday Dec. 1, is the final day to register as a Conference Exhibitor and apply for the 2017 CAAR’s Choice Awards Banquet. Don’t miss these two important conference deadlines!

Don’t miss the chance to gain extraordinary value and corporate exposure in return for supporting your association at the 2018 CAAR Conference!

CAAR is pleased to announce that it has received an Equivalency Certificate from Transport Canada which provides certain variances from the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) B622 Standard related to pressure testing of nurse and application tanks.

This updated training course on the safe handling of anhydrous ammonia gives producers the certification, skills and knowledge to properly handle and transport this chemical on their operations.

The Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers (CAAR) requires a full time Office Administrator for a 4-6 month term, with potential for renewal at the end of term, to start immediately.

CAAR advises all Manitoba members and producers of the information regarding the restriction on winter application of nutrients from the Manitoba Sustainable Development website.