The Canadian Produce Marketing Association president provides his perspective on how the policy could affect the fresh produce sector
By Kate Ayers
In June, the federal government launched Canada’s first food policy, which is a $134.4-million investment over the next five years.
A cash crop farmer, Ontario certified crop adviser, full-time EMS responder and volunteer firefighter gives us insight into his volunteering experiences
By Kate Ayers
Many rural Ontario communities depend on volunteer firefighters.
Trucking and transportation in Picture Butte, Alta.
by Nicholas Van Allen
To get a national perspective on the new livestock trucking regulations, Better Farming spoke with Rick Paskal, president of Van Raay Paskal Farms Ltd., a cattle farm based in southern Alberta.
Ag mental health advocate shares her thoughts on the best ways to manage farm work and personal activities
By Lauren Arva
Is maintaining a work-life balance different than a life balance?
For Lesley Kelly, co-founder of the Do More Agriculture Foundation and a grain farmer from Watrous, Sask., an important distinction exists.
The World Trade Organization wants to eliminate ag export subsidies
By Jim Algie
Just when you thought all the trade talk had ended, along comes the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) decision to revive long-stalled talks about agriculture.