The Communicator

September Issue – See All

CAAR Alumnus Inducted into Ag Hall of Fame

Robynne Anderson, former publisher of The Communicator, is being inducted into the Canadian Agricultural Hall of Fame in 2017.

The Anatomy of a Terminal Build

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

Studying for Stewardship

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

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.

The Power of Collaboration

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

Life-Saving Lessons

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

Eliminating Uncertainty

The MRL Steering Committee will be introducing a policy on national pesticide use this fall.

Putting Members First

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

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Agriculture in the Classroom-Manitoba's flagship program, Amazing Agriculture Adventure (AAA), is looking for volunteers. This year's AAA takes place on June 6th and 7th at the Keystone Centre in Brandon, MB.

Richardson Pioneer revealed a brand new agronomy platform called CropMatrix on April 25.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) released a report on glyphosate residues in food last week. In 2015 and 2016, the CFIA tested for glyphosate residues in 3,188 samples of food, all bought from grocery stores across the country.

A 2014-2015 survey has indicated that the narrow-leaved hawk’s beard has spread outside its traditional hotspots in northwest Saskatchewan and along the Alberta border.

With the heavy rains experienced across the prairies, manufacturers are now adapting to the new demand for implements that can handle wet prairie conditions.

The Canola Council of Canada announced on April 18 that Jim Everson has been selected as the next Canola Council of Canada President.

CAAR attended the annual Fertilizer Canada Parliamentary Forum in Ottawa, April 10-12, in support of fertilizer awareness. Fertilizer Canada received a highly positive response to meeting requests, with upwards of 50 meetings confirmed with parliamentarians on April 11.