ESSENTIAL NEWS FOR AGRI-RETAILERS
The strike affecting BC ports could have global ramifications.
A look at recent Canadian bills and their effect on the ag industry.
A new project to breed low-methane burping cows will reduce GHG emissions without affecting milk production.
As of July 1, 2023, more than 7,000 port workers across British Columbia went on strike.
Embracing flexibility in the agricultural retail industry will create a better work environment.
A look at the four primary modes of transportation—their pluses and minuses.
A not-so-refreshing look at the drought conditions affecting most Canadian farming sectors.
Rail transport is quick and easy, but CN’s new tool tells you how to calculate its GHG emissions.
In an effort to manage the growing business of CANTERRA SEEDS, while maintaining sales and customer focus, the sales department management has been divided into two separate roles.
CAAR is pleased to announce the launch of the pilot phase of Retail.AgrijobMatch.ca, the job board component of the Operation Ag Careers outreach initiative.
Based on generally unfavourable weather and snow cover conditions in Manitoba, the restriction on winter application of nitrogen and phosphorus-containing nutrient sources in Manitoba remains in effect until midnight on Sunday, April 10, 2016, and will be lifted beginning on April 11.
Emerson Csorba, director of Gen Y Inc., and recent speaker at the 2016 CAAR Conference, recently wrote about recruiting a younger generation into the agricultural workforce for The Globe and Mail.