7 - In a seller’s market, job candidates may try to interview the company for job fit. See the seven questions you could be asked. See Page 12.

10 - Meet your 2022-23 CAAR Board of Directors. See Page 26.

12 - This is the percentage of surveyed Canadian farmers who indicated they would reduce planting next season owing to high fertilizer costs. See Page 13.

69 - As the fifth-largest source of GHG emissions per the Canada Energy Regulator, the ag sector is responsible for 69 megatonnes of it. See Page 17.

77 - Even though this was an improvement from the previous week, this was the percentage of grain hopper cars delivered by CP Rail during the season’s Week 7. See Page 5.

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Get to know Board members:

Wes Arnfinson, Eric Gregory, Martin Kiefer, Darrel Knight, Stan Loewen, Taylor Olsen, Stu Rasmussen, Scott Russell, Craig Senchuk, and Stewart Whillans.

Thumbnail for Fertilizer 2023 outlook

Based on current models, many drought-afflicted areas will require fewer fertilizer inputs.

By Andrew Joseph, Editor

Thumbnail for Seven questions an interviewer can be asked

In this sellers’ market, candidates want to know if your company is the perfect fit.

Thumbnail for Growing pains for CN, CP, and Canadian farmers

The Canadian National & and Canadian Pacific railroads have each said they are well-positioned to move Canadian ag products during the 2022-23 winter season. So how are they doing?

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Hi Everyone!

I’m Stu Rasmussen, Chairman of the CAAR Board of Directors. Mitch Rezansoff, your Executive Director, has kindly given me this platform for this issue of your CAAR Communicator.