View As Webpage | View Archives | Email a Friend

MMMM d, yyyy

Government of Canada invests $70M in agricultural science

Minister of Agriculture and Agri-food, Lawrence MacAulay, recently announced, the details of the Government of Canada’s transformational $70M investment, over five years, to address significant environmental challenges and hire approximately 75 scientists and science professionals in emerging fields of agricultural science.

Ontario’s 2018 Outstanding Young Farmers chosen

Brothers Jordan and Alex McKay were named Ontario’s Outstanding Young Farmers for 2018.

U.S. accuses Canada of potato dumping

According to recent reports from south of the border, two senators from North Dakota are asking their federal government to investigate allegations that Canadian growers are dumping potatoes into the U.S. market.
Featured news 

Everest Seedless: A new big, blue, juicy grape

The newest offering from Cornell University’s grape breeders is a fruit that’s big, bold and comes with a towering history. Those factors led the grape’s breeders to name the new variety Everest Seedless, a nod to the celebrated Nepalese mountain, said Bruce Reisch, professor of horticulture in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and grape breeder with Cornell AgriTech in Geneva, NY. » Read more...

Holland Marsh Soupfest

September 29
Location: Ansnorveldt, Ont.
» Learn More

19th Annual Salt Spring Island Apple Festival

September 30
Location: Salt Spring Island, B.C.
» Learn More

Canadian Greenhouse Conference

October 3 – 4
Location: Niagara Falls, Ont.
» Learn More