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The February 2022 CAAR Communicator arrived in mailboxes earlier this month and is now also available online.

The cover story looks at the impact of the floods in BC from both a farmer and a retailer perspective, and provides tips for Disaster Relief Planning.

2022 Conference Committee Chair Daren Calson is featured in the "Get to know your CAAR volunteers" section.  

In case you missed it, or want to share articles with some of your teams members, all of the articles can be found online.

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