Readership of over 14,000 professionals in Canada’s Ag Retail industry.

The CAAR Communicator magazine is an award-winning and unique publication focused exclusively on issues of interest to the ag retail industry. It is published five times per year (February, April, August, October and December).

Continuing with the mission of driving business and innovation for the Canadian crop production industry, the new design of The CAAR Communicator focuses on the issues and successes of Canadian ag retail.

The content of The CAAR Communicator is guided by the Communications Committee, comprised of the following members: Martin Kiefer (chair), Layne Erickson, Eric Sievers, Darren Fawns and Kirsten Pears.

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