The province of Ontario is comprised of many ecosystems that are unique and beneficial to the provincial landscape.
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Bill C-246, the Modernizing Animal Protection Act, is set for second reading and debate on September 28.
Protecting local farmland is important for practical reasons and protecting local food production has a much bigger cultural impact.
The Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) watched as the Governor General delivered a new throne speech on September 12 – a “reset” of the Liberal government’s direction for the next two years
They are developing a strategy to enhance the health of agricultural soils and are seeking the collective ideas and participation of all stakeholders.
The summer break provided plenty of opportunities for Ontario politicians to travel Ontario’s countryside.
High levels of phosphorus result in toxic algae blooms which contaminate our drinking water and largely affect recreational practices along with fishing industries.
It’s September already and that brings back to school routines, hopes for a good harvest and plans for fall farm shows and events.
Government regulation is a fact of life doing business here in Ontario. The regulatory system may feel like a river, constantly changing, and at times overwhelming. But farmers also know that regulations have their benefits for farm businesses.
Grain Farmers of Ontario would like to connect with farmer-members and has several upcoming events in the next month.