Banner for April 2023 Issue of CAAR Communicator Now Available Online

Spring is upon us and that means you will be receiving your April 2023 issue of CAAR Communicator soon. Feature articles include "The Barton Report & Current Policy" and "Blinded by Science"  

"The Barton Report & Current Policy" highlights the presentation by Stuart Smyth at the 2023 CAAR Conference in Edmonton, reviewing how the 2017 Barton Report fits within current federal government policy changes, and asks if it still allows Canada to remain active in growing innovative opportunities?  We have also included the article in this newsletter.

Blinded by Science questions whether Canada Chief Science Adviser needs to use science when making policy decisions.

The April CAAR Communicator articles are now also available online, don't miss Executive Director's Mitch Rezansoff's thoughts on whether or not net zero agriculture production is achievable . Don't miss: 

If some of your team members are not receiving the CAAR Communicator Magazine and you would like them to, please contact Nikeisha Paul-Hunnighan at 204-989-9313.

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