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The Communicator

April Issue – See All

In times of crisis, effective leaders become calmer.

As business leaders of small to large ag corporations, what can we do to support employees and customers?

Chairman’s Award: Al Driver, Bayer

The 2019 Chairman’s Award winner was selected in recognition of his many years contributing to the advancement of crop inputs and crop protection technology in Canada and, his personal passion for supporting the health of these industries and the ag retail sector.

Panel Discussion: eConnectivity

Members of industry-led AgGateway sit down for an insightful conversation on eConnectivity and where the opportunities and challenges may be for retailers considering it.

4R Nutrient Stewardship Agri-Retailer: Cargill Ltd.

Walter Ens, National Agronomy Lead for Canada with Cargill Ltd., says that since the company has embraced 4R Nutrient Stewardship (4R) at the retail level, he has seen a heightened level of excitement among their customers and their agronomy team across Western Canada.

Meet Your New Board Chair

The Communicator sits down for a Q & A with CAAR’s first female board chair, Theresa Bolton of Grasslands Recruitment Specialists.

Retailer Hall of Fame: Dennis Bulani, CEO, Rack Petroleum

There was no bigger smile at the CAAR’s Choice Awards Banquet than Dennis Bulani’s as he received a standing ovation from the audience while accepting CAAR’s 2019 Retailer Hall of Fame award.

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Canadian Agricultural Safety Week (CASW) has officially launched. This year's theme is Keeping Kids Safe.

Ag More Than Ever has shared a new video that encourages everyone in the agriculture community to tell their story about how Canadian food is made.

The new BeeConnected app, developed by CropLife Australia and adapted for Canadian use by CropLife Canada and the Canadian Honey Council, aims to help protect local bee populations by acting as a conduit between farmers and beekeepers.

Every year corn farmers face the risk of costly plant diseases that can significantly reduce their yields and profitability.

Farmers in Alberta returned 70,737 kilograms of obsolete and unwanted pesticides and 2,162 kilograms of livestock and equine medications through CleanFARMS' obsolete collection campaign this year.

CAAR wants to hear from YOU! Reply to the CAAR Conference survey by tomorrow for your chance to win a $50 VISA gift card.

CAAR welcomed a few new faces to the board of directors at the AGM, held during the recent CAAR Conference in Saskatoon, Sask.