U.S trade representative Robert Lighthizer publicly complained about the slow pace of NAFTA negotiations in Montreal, however CPMA is satisfied with progress to date. Round 7 now moves to Mexico.
Some farmers across Canada -- except in Quebec – may be worried about their business viability without access to seasonal workers this spring. The federal government has put some applications on hold, pending integrity audits.
The next generation of farmers may not be born in this land, but for this land. Statistics Canada does not track foreign-born farmers, but here is one story of how a fourth-generation business is recruiting talent from other countries.
CPMA is hosting food safety forums in January and February across Canada. The timing is to address the Canada Safe Food for Canadians Regulations (SFCR) and the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) which are now in force.
President Trump’s most recent tweets have caused only a wall of angst. As NAFTA renegotiations restart Jan 23-28, Canadian stakeholders hope that the bon vivant nature of Montreal will have a positive effect.
More than 1,500 food and beverage processing businesses across the country unite to launch new Ottawa-based, national organization mandated to work with governments and other stakeholders on industry priorities.
On January 17, Instacart rolls out same-day grocery delivery service at Real Canadian Superstore and Zehrs locations in a cluster of southwestern Ontario cities. More than 518,000 local households will have ability to have groceries delivered in as little as an hour.
A former potato, blueberry and beef farmer assumes the agriculture and fisheries portfolio in Prince Edward Island in a recent cabinet shuffle. Robert Henderson is well-known as the previous minister of health and wellness.