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The CAAR Communicator

April Issue – See All

2022 Crop Market Outlook

LeftField Commodity Research founder provides an overview of the 2022 Canadian crop market as a thank-you to joining CAAR as a Perk$ Partner.

The A, R and E of Employee Retention

The good, the bad and the ugly—how COVID-19 has affected the way we run our businesses.

Changes to Pesticide & Fertilizer Container Collection Programs in Alberta & Manitoba

Cleanfarms’ empty pesticide & fertilizer container recycling program undergoes a big change in Alberta and Manitoba.

We Need to Talk About Mental Wellness

A frank discussion by the Honourable Mike Lake MP on mental wellness issues that need to be discussed and not ignored.

CAAR 2022 Conference Recap: MRL Panel Discussion

Science and evidence-based data, timeliness, transparency, and clarity of language key factors.

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Today marks the official start of the 2016 CAAR Conference. We are so thrilled to welcome attendees to Saskatoon, and are eager to share with you the information and insights that will help you unlock the potential of your agri-retail business.

The 2016 CAAR Conference starts Tuesday, Feb. 16 in Saskatoon, Sask. You can still benefit from the wisdom, information, resources and guidance the conference will bring to attendees, by taking advantage of walk-up registration at the conference.

CAAR's mandate is to represent and support the Canadian agri-retail sector. Where we choose to focus our efforts is informed by one important factor: the issues and initiatives that matter to our members.

The CAAR’s Choice Awards Banquet is an opportunity for the hard-working individuals in agri-retail to recognize and celebrate the great work being done in our industry.

In less than one week, agri-retailers from across Canada will convene in Saskatoon, Sask., to take part in the industry’s premiere event: The CAAR Conference.

A new course at the University of Guelph's Ridgetown campus offers certification for purchasing and using Class-12 pesticides, commonly known as neonicotinoids, for corn and soybeans. 

The China National Chemical Corporation, also known as ChemChina, has reached an agreement to purchase Swiss agriculture giant Syngenta.