Eight days later, the CN Rail strike is over. RealAg Radio host, Shaun Haney takes a little credit for the agreement reached between the two parties as he planned today’s show all-around diving in deeper to how the CN strike is impacting producers across Canada. Tuesday’s show still surrounds the strike, but more so on what needs to change in the future.
- Top ag news with RealAgriculture’s Jessika Guse;
- Quebec grain farmer, Ralph Lang is in to chat about yesterday’s protest at the PM’s constituency office; and,
- Barry Senft, CEO of the Grain Farmers of Ontario discusses the soybean trade mission he’s currently on and about how the rail strike affected those in Ontario; and,
- Steve Pratte, manager of policy development at the Canadian Canola Growers Association also chats about the CN Rail strike and Haney gets his thoughts on if rail transport should become an essential service.
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