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Soy Canada names Davidson as new executive director

Soy Canada has announced Ron Davidson will be the association’s next executive director.

Liberals drop capital gains plans in latest damage control attempt

With a tractor and bales as a backdrop, Finance Minister Bill Morneau made the latest in a series of political damage control announcements regarding the Liberals’ proposed tax changes on .

Gay Lea Foods heads further west with acquisition of Alberta Cheese

Ontario-based Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Limited announced it’s agreement to acquire the shares of Alberta Cheese Company Ltd.

Liberals announce $50,000 threshold on passive investment income

Finance Minister Bill Morneau made a second announcement regarding changes to the Liberals’ small business tax proposal on Wednesday, focusing on the passive investment income policy.

Canadian Wheat Research Coalition announces first executive

The Canadian Wheat Research Coalition (CWRC) announced today that it has elected its first executive.

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RealAg Radio, Oct 19: Canola markets, BASF’s big purchase, and words that describe Trudeau

Today’s episode of the show begins with host Shaun Haney sharing some feedback from farmers on whether or not Minister of Foreign Affairs Chrystia Freeland is dropping the ball on .

RealAg Radio, Oct 18: Reactions to tax tweaks and NAFTA woes

With all the talk around the recent North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) negotiations, there’s a lot of talk around how the Canadian agriculture industry might never be on the .

RealAg Radio, Oct 17: NAFTA demands, sideways markets and awkward federal communications

Host Shaun Haney starts off the show suggesting the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) — like Flames vs Oilers — is a marathon, not a sprint.

Feature Articles

Soybean School: Is doubling up against herbicide resistance worth the risk?

Shining light on Wynne’s creative hydro accounting

Wheat Pete’s Word, Oct 18: Cutting hay, calibrating monitors and harvesting corn

What does BASF’s acquisition of Liberty and InVigor business mean for Canada?

Extreme winds wreak havoc across southern prairies

Big plans for Ontario hazelnuts

On NAFTA: the U.S. is not negotiating, it’s making demands

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