Be sure to keep an eye out for the February issue of The Communicator - coming your way this week!

This issue examines the federal government's upcoming carbon pricing plan, looking at how it may impact the industry in the years to come. We also look back on CAAR's many accomplishments and achievements last year in "2016: CAAR's Year in Review", and provide our readers with an idea of what to expect from your association in the new year.

The February issue of The Communicator is your guide to the 2017 CAAR Conference, providing you with in-depth profiles of conference speakers, details about the all-new Innovation Showdown and a look at Canada's Agriculture Day.

Delaney Ross Burtnack, CEO and president of CAAR, shows how CAAR uses its many resources to advocate on behalf of its members in "Advocating for Regional Issues." We also highlight how agri-retailers can connect with new Canadians and fill vacant positions on their operations.

Can't wait to get your hands on The Communicator? Visit caar.org to read all of the articles online!

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