This editorial was penned and submitted by: Chris Davison, president & CEO of the Canola Council of Canada; Dean Dias, CEO of Cereals Canada, and Greg Cherewyk, president of Pulse Canada. It’s hockey playoff season in Canada. The time of the year when Canadians witness what ingredients are necessary for a successful team – a… Read More

On this Tuesdays with Lyndsey edition of RealAg Radio, host Lyndsey Smith is joined by: Tim McAllister with Agriculture and Agri Food Canada on the draft methane and carbon offset protocol for beef cattle; Greg Cherewyk with Pulse Canada on India’s removal of tariff on pea imports; Hear a clip from The Agronomists with Nick… Read More

On this weekend’s show, host Shaun Haney is joined by: John Barlow, Shadow Minister of Agriculture for the Conservative Party of Canada on the upcoming start of parliament; Greg Cherewyk with Pulse Canada on pulse trade trouble with India; and, Results from the RealAgristudies’ inflation survey specific to Western Canada. Thoughts on something we talked… Read More

In this Friday issues panel edition of RealAg Radio, you’ll hear RealAgriculture’s Lyndsey Smith and Kelvin Heppner, joined by Andrew Campbell of FreshAir Media. They’ll be talking about: The trucker convoy; The Bank of Canada’s decision to not raise interest rates; and The hardness of butter; You’ll also hear special guest Greg Cherewyk, president of… Read More

Pulse Canada’s president, Greg Cherewyk, will step up as leader of Pulse Canada, April 1, 2021. Long-time CEO Gord Bacon has announced his retirement from the role after 25 years with the organization. “Greg Cherewyk is a respected leader, is well known to Canadian pulse growers, traders and processors. He will, without a doubt, continue… Read More

With India closing its border to pulse imports late last year, China is seizing the opportunity to buy competitively-priced protein and ramping up its imports of peas from Canada. The value of pea exports from Canada to China was up 42 percent in January to March of 2018 versus the same period in 2017, according… Read More

Multiple organizations representing sectors that rely on railways, including Pulse Canada, sent a letter to Transport Minister Marc Garneau this week, urging the government to not intervene with measures focused on grain movement in Western Canada. “A singular emphasis on grain has the unintended but inevitable consequence of exacerbating rail service issues for other commodity… Read More

 

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