CAAR retailer members are encouraged to attend the 2019 CAAR Annual General Meeting, which will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 12 in Winnipeg, Man., prior to the CAAR Conference Icebreaker Cocktail Reception.

CAAR’s staff and board of directors would like to wish all of our members and their families a safe and restful holiday season.

CAAR’s office will be closed from December 24 through January 1, re-opening on January 2. Regular CAAR office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST.

Don't sit on the sidelines while somebody else speaks for your industry – get involved with the CAAR board of directors. Lending your time and expertise to the board is good for the industry, and for you as an individual. Read more for why three current CAAR board members believe in getting involved.

Exhibitor registration is closed, but you can still register as a delegate and take advantage of the many valuable networking opportunities and informative speaker sessions at the 2019 CAAR Conference in Winnipeg!

Graham Sherman’s “disruptive behavior” helped him turn the Alberta brewing industry on its head and has made Tool Shed Brewing, the company he co-founded, one of the top craft beer brands in the country. Read more to learn what he’s bringing to the 2019 CAAR Conference and why you shouldn’t miss his presentation.

CAAR is now accepting applications for the roles of Communications Manager and Sales & Marketing Manager. Working closely with the CAAR staff and board, these two individuals will play vital roles on the CAAR team. Read more to view the job postings.

Lesley Kelly farms, blogs at High Heels and Canola Fields and is one of the founders of the Do More Agriculture Foundation, a not-for-profit foundation which, for the last year, has been shining a light on the issue of mental well-being within the ag community.