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February Issue – See All

A Year of Working Together

Strengthening our voice through key partnerships.

CAAR's Year in Review

2018 was a year of advocacy achievements and internal planning for CAAR.

An Exciting Time for The Communicator

Diving headfirst into producing the February issue of The Communicator after a holiday break is the perfect project to kick off the new year. Maybe it's the chill in the air, but I feel energized and eager to get to work on the five issues of the magazine we publish each year.

A Practical Proposal

Complying with pesticide label directions is the law – but it isn’t always straightforward.

Addressing the Agronomy/Equipment Disconnect

Ag retailers play a critical role in Canadian agriculture production, and a retailer’s level of influence with farm managers will continue to evolve as technology becomes more integrated with farm operations.

The 2019 CAAR Conference

It’s conference time and we couldn’t be more excited to welcome delegates to Winnipeg, Man. for two-and-a-half days of networking, professional development and industry insight.

This year marks CAAR’s 24th conference and, along with crowd favourites like the Pro-Ag Investments Auction and CAAR’s Choice Awards Banquet, we are pleased to introduce some exciting new additions to the conference agenda, including Roundtable Discussions.

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In case you missed it, here’s our collection of stories covering the Liberal victory, as told by agriculture publications.

The CAAR Conference is now open for registration to attendees across the country. This event – tailored by CAAR to help agri-retailers unlock their potential for success – will take place in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan from February 16-18, 2015.

Ontario’s seed treatment restrictions mean farmers will have to prove the existence of wireworms in order to use neonicotinoids.

As he departs his position, Gerry Ritz looks back at this ups and downs of his time as Canada’s 33rd agriculture minister.

Alberta’s farms have been suffering from the spread of fusarium, which has resulted in reduced yields across the province in recent years.

Mike Mack, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of Syngenta, has announced his intention to leave the company at the end of October 2015.

The Western Producer reports on the campaign promises made during this election season. Key ag platforms are being revealed more quietly than in previous years.