ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
The Communicator

February Issue – See All

Stop. Think. Act.

Building a behaviour-based culture of safety.

Turning the Spotlight onto CAAR

As I’ve often heard said in our industry; it’s not enough to do a good job, you have to be seen doing a good job for it to really count. As a member-based association and advocate for the agri-retail sector, it’s part of CAAR’s role to share the news and stories of the good work being done by our members.

CAAR Introduces Mitch Rezansoff as Executive Director

Mitch Rezansoff has a love for agriculture, a strong personal drive and an innovative spirit.

Having spent significant early life on his family’s farm in the Swan River Valley, Man., Mitch Rezansoff began developing a passion for agriculture at a young age. “I love watching animals, crops and the industry itself develop,” he says.

CAAR’s 2018 Year in Preview

Developing a comprehensive strategy for the future of CAAR.

With a new year comes new opportunities for CAAR to better serve its membership, craft solutions to industry challenges and reach new stakeholders across the agri-retail industry. To accomplish that goal, CAAR is calling on all members to submit their feedback, priorities and ideas to shape the association’s focus in 2018.

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CAAR Mart is your one-stop shop for all your agri-retail needs! If you’re looking to update your facility’s safety signage, equipment decals, placards or training items, then look no further than CAAR Mart.

CAAR members receive special member-pricing on CAAR Mart items! Simply log in when visiting caar.org to see the many discounts available to you.

Richardson International announced last week that they have acquired 10 retail crop inputs locations in Western Canada from CHS Canada LP.

Mark your calendars – exhibitor registration for the 2018 CAAR Conference closes on December 1st. Exhibitor space is already 75 per cent sold – don’t wait until the last minute, register today!

Your business is doing great work in your community and in the industry – you deserve to be recognized for it!

CAAR’s training course on the safe handling of anhydrous ammonia provides agri-retailers with the certification, skills and knowledge to properly handle and transport this hazardous chemical on their operations.

The CAAR Membership Roster puts your business in the hands of the Canadian agriculture industry.

In partnership with the Canadian Animal Health Institute (CAHI), CleanFARMS is inviting Saskatchewan farmers to safely dispose of their obsolete pesticides and livestock medications from Oct. 23 – 27.