The latest issue of The Communicator is here!

In the September issue of the magazine, we follow the construction of two new terminals from start to finish, the importance of grain bin safety training, how collaboration can benefit the industry and much more.

Including articles about cause marketing, the achievements of a CAAR alumnus and empowering women in agriculture, this issue of The Communicator simply cannot be missed!

Click here to read the articles online at caar.org.

Want to get your message in front of Canada’s agri-retailers? CAAR can help! Click here to review CAAR’s Marketing Opportunities.

 

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