Bonds of community are formed not just in the tough times, but also in the good times.
The agriculture sector and many small businesses across the province are reeling at the prospect of the minimum wage rising by a staggering 32% in an 18-month period.
SellSmart is a free app developed by Grain Farmers of Ontario to help farmers sell their barley, corn, oats, soy, and wheat in the commodity market.
The taboo of talking about mental health is slowly breaking down.
While the push to a higher minimum wage seeks to address social issues among vulnerable workers, this new proposal creates a lose-lose situation because large wage hikes have negative
impacts both for business owners and for low wage earners.
Census reports the number of farmers under the age of 35 rose from 24,120 in 2011 to 24,850 in 2016, representing the greatest increase in young farm operators since 1991
The Thames River Phosphorus Reduction Collaborative is a working group of farmers and municipalities developing innovative tools, practices and technologies
One in eight Canadian jobs are related to agriculture, and agriculture itself employs 2.1 million Canadians.
Today, 28,000 families farm barley, corn, oats, soybeans, and wheat across Ontario.
Farmers, consumers, academics and government joined the Government of Canada to discuss their views on what should be included in A Food Policy for Canada.