The Communicator

April 2023 Issue – See All

Port of Montréal to add new grain terminal equipment

Federal grant money is part of an $18 million project to improve the port’s import and export shipping.

Strategies to support your intern

Are you considering a summer intern? Do you already have one lined up?

It’s raining success!

Learn who took home awards presented at the 2023 CAAR’s Choice Awards Banquet.

Grain trains doing the job

CN and CP have moved a lot of grain this season—but could they do better?

Is net zero agriculture production achievable?

At the Sustainability of Canadian Agriculture Conference 2023, hosted by University of Manitoba’s National Centre for Livestock and the Environment and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in March, Henry Janzen, Honorary Research Associate, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lethbridge, Alberta stated that the possibility of net-zero GHG (greenhouse gas) emissions from production agriculture as highly unlikely because of too much leakage.

Early season pest control for Ontario soybeans growers

Give your crop-growing customers these Agronomist tips for yielding better-performing soybean crops.


CAAR membership renewal, investment fundraising & Perk$

Reconciling the Barton Report with Recent Proposed Policy Changes

Dr. Stuart Smyth said that environmental sustainability is more important than economic sustainability

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Bad news for Grain Growers of Canada (GGC) is good news for Canada Grains Council.

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Jill Verwey, president of Keystone Agricultural Producers, says PSAC strike will have a significant impact on agriculture industry.

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Canadian farmers brought more than 2M empty plastic pesticide and fertilizer containers 23L and smaller to Cleanfarms collection sites.

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As farmers head to the fields to start planting this spring, they will quickly begin thinking about how and when to sell their grain upon harvest. (Sponsored Content.)

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Spring is upon us and that means you will be receiving your April 2023 issue of CAAR Communicator soon. Feature articles include "The Barton Report & Current Policy" and "Blinded by Science"  

2023 SGI Permit Now Available

Saskatchewan members – CAAR has once again successfully renewed the SGI Letter of Approval to Anhydrous Ammonia or Fertilizer Distributors, expiring Dec. 31, 2023.

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Tune into Let’s Talk About Burnout, a live session on mental health from the Talk It Out video series, presented by Louise Sanders from the Stress Experts tonight at 6:00 pm MST.