Soy Canada asks, “Where is Agriculture?” in this election campaign



The 43rd federal election is less than three weeks away, and the chair of Soy Canada is wondering why agriculture hasn’t been brought up more during election debates. There’s a multitude of issues to be brought up, yet no party seems to really be keeping a close eye on farmers. In particular, Soy Canada chair, Ernie Sirski, points out soybeans are grown in nine provinces spanning from Nova Scotia to British Columbia; the crop has been Canada’s third most valuable for the past six years; and, just last year, soybeans accounted for a record $3 billion of farm cash receipts.…

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