ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
Agri-retailers can help break the stigma surrounding mental health.
Many regions throughout the country are preparing for harvest or have already begun, and while some may view this as the end of the current crop season, I view it as the beginning of next year’s crop-planning cycle.
CAAR and the PCCA board are equipping agronomists with the skills retailers want.
Three retailers offer their expertise on selling the business of agronomy during the second panel discussion at the 2018 CAAR Conference.
When I first heard about the Do More Agriculture Foundation (Do More Ag), a not-for-profit organization dedicated to eliminating the stigma of mental health issues, I was immediately energized – this was an initiative I wanted to support.
Australian industry veteran Bill Dowdle brings his ideas and expertise to Canada.
Hosted at the RBC Convention Centre and Delta Hotels Winnipeg from February 12-14, 2019 the CAAR Conference will feature an exceptional lineup of speakers and panelists focusing on strengthening the business of ag retail.
Perceived or real unfairness at work is a major cause for organization unrest and that affects employee productivity. CAAR is offering the TwoGreySuits HR service to our members at no cost to you. Just think! You can download a complete HR Policy Guide and an Employee Code of Business Conduct with one click.
CAAR is one of several industry groups forming a unified coalition to respond to the PMRA’s proposed decisions on Clothianidin and Thiamethoxam that were announced August 15.
CAAR is reminding all members that they must adhere to the updated B620-14 Standard to remain in compliance with Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations. Under the new standard, visual inspections for all anhydrous ammonia nurse tanks and TDUs are now required annually.