The annual general meeting of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA) takes place this Wednesday and Thursday in Ottawa, Ont. Those who are interested in the discussions, but can’t attend in person, are invited to view the meeting online.

The theme of this year’s meeting is “Producing Prosperity” and will feature discussion panels on carbon pricing and the future of Canadian farming, along with keynotes by elected officials and industry updates from Fertilizer Canada, Farm Credit Canada and Food and Consumer Products of Canada. Elections will also be held for president, vice-president and 2nd vice-president.

Click here for the full meeting agenda and location.

The live webcast of the meeting begins at 9:30 am EST on Wednesday, Feb. 27. Click here to join webcast. 

Follow the official CFA AGM hashtag #CFA2019 on Twitter to see what others are saying and to join the conversation.


CFA is the country's largest national general farm organization. Founded in 1935, CFA works on behalf of Canada's farmers to ensure the continued development of a vibrant agriculture and agri-food industry in Canada. Members include provincial general farm organizations as well as national and inter-provincial commodity organizations. Through its membership, CFA represents over 200,000 Canadian farm families. www.cfa-fca.ca

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