Canada is set to release a replacement for its decade-old food guide next year, and it looks like the document will likely be in
The Saskatoon Farmers’ Market (SFM) is exploring its options for a future location. A city committee is asking council to green-light a plan to
With a Alberta election around the corner, farmers are looking for a government they can trust and communicate with. They haven’t forgotten the rallies: hundreds of
Prairie farmers are in a bind since Chinese importers announced today they will no longer buy canola seed from Canada, John Guelly, the chair
Grain farmer Kelly Nelson can count seven idle oil and gas wells on her family property near the village of Milo in southern Alberta.
B.C.’s Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy is announcing new rules for farmers, intended to protect water sources and “provide more clarity for
Health Canada is following in the European Union’s footsteps as it moves to ban the use of neonic pesticides due to concerns about their impact
Alberta farmers are hoping warm weather next week will give them the chance to finally get their crops off wet fields before winter. This
Farmers in Alberta are racing against the clock to harvest their crops after heavy rain and snow in September left fields too wet to work. The wet weather
Some Alberta farmers are concerned about their crops after a late-summer snowfall blanketed parts of the province, with more flurries expected in the forecast.