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2018 CAAR Conference

It is never too early to start planning your attendance at the agri-retail event of the year – the 2018 CAAR Conference.

How I Learned to Fly a Drone

Ag Drone School demonstrates how this rapidly-growing technology applies to agriculture.

Calculating Sustainability

Retailers and producers need to work with industry stakeholders to reap the benefits of the Canadian Field Print Calculator.

The Value of Collaboration

CAAR partners with Fertilizer Canada to bring 4R Nutrient Stewardship to Manitoba.

Celebrating the Business of Agri-Retail

In this issue of The Communicator, we examine the business practices of Canada’s agri-retailers and the latest and greatest technology. Our team had a blast learning how this new technology can be implemented at the retail level – one of our writers even learned how to fly a drone!

Integrating Agronomy

In part four of our five-part series, The Communicator looks at how Blair’s Family of Companies is integrating The agrē Solution’s agronomy module into their operations.

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation Update

The Government of Canada announced on June 7 that it is suspending the implementation of certain provisions in Canada's anti-spam legislation (CASL).

A new exhibit, Canola! Seeds of Innovation, will be opening to the public on July 1st at the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum in Ottawa.

The final weekly report from the 2016 Census of Agriculture was published on June 21st and looks at the marketing strategies used by producers and the growing uses of technology in operations across the country.

Forage experts in Manitoba and Saskatchewan are urging prairie growers to check their alfalfa fields for weevils as soon as possible.

Richardson International Limited announced on June 26 that the company has expanded its oat milling business through the acquisition of European Oat Millers.

Exhibitor registration is now open for the biggest agri-retail event of the year!

Health Canada will not issue a decision on whether to ban imidacloprid for at least six months, according to a horticultural industry representative.