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The Communicator

February 2024 Issue – See All

Increasing your company’s brand reputation

A well-thought-out brand marketing campaign will help you grow and promote your brand.

The current state of global agricultural testing

Using just-in-time technology to thwart the spread of pathogenic disease in ag.

Views, Considerations & Unknowns for 2024

With 2024 upon us, the agriculture trade show and seminar season is now in full swing.

The world of seed technology: things to know for 2024

With science changing along with the seasons, we look at the world of seed technology, offering a forecast.

CN expands its central US reach

Canadian National has agreed to purchase the agricultural Iowa Northern Railway.

5 agricultural technology trends to watch in 2024

As more Canadian farmers are accepting of new technologies over ye olde tried and true, look at some ways more AgTech can improve the sector’s lot.

Show your mature workforce the love they deserve

Learn how the top employers support the ever-evolving needs of their employees through their changing career phases.

The world is not enough

Wanting to do their part in reducing global GHG emissions, Canadian farmers still can’t catch a break from federal tax fees. But what’s going on around the world?

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A special meeting for all of the Members of the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers (the “Corporation”) will be held immediately following the Annual General Meeting of the Corporation, on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at 12:00 p.m. (CST) at TCU Place, 35-22nd Street East, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, for the following purposes:

The Communicator – CAAR’s flagship publication of news and perspectives from Canada’s agri-retail industry – has a brand new look and format, and will be hitting mailboxes this week.

Users can access pesticide labels from their electronic device

Health Canada has launched a new mobile app that allows users to access pesticide labels that have been registered for use in Canada.

CAAR, and sister association the Canadian Seed Growers Association (CSGA) are pleased to announce the launch of our latest project: The Investing in Certified Seed eLearning Program.

So you missed your chance to register online for the CAAR Conference. You’re not out of luck!

Health Canada announced earlier this week that they will stop granting conditional pesticide registrations, in a move towards transparency in their regulatory decisions.

When you bring your staff to the CAAR Conference, you’re gaining more than a team building getaway that strengthens your ability to work together.