The provincial government’s plan to connect Toronto to London by 2025, and eventually extend to Windsor by 2031, through a high-speed rail line is a contentious issue for the communities and landowners that will be affected.
How to reach out to the public in ways that spark people’s interest and encourage engagement in meaningful discussion.
Farmland preservation is a top priority for the Ontario Federation of Agriculture.
Soil health and water quality issues continue to be high on the government’s agenda.
More than 1,100 members took the online survey.
By Marie Versteeg The Christian Farmers Federation of Ontario welcomed guest speaker Dr. Rene Van Acker to its Annual Meeting and Leadership Summit, held on March 27. Dr. Van Acker is Professor and Dean of the Ontario Agricultural College (OAC) at the University of Guelph. The CFFO asked him to discuss the future of agricultural […]
The Grain Discovery Zone is a trailer that travels to fairs and events throughout the province to educate consumers about Ontario grains.
The 2018 Ontario provincial budget was met with criticism and speculation on how voters will react to spending that offers something for nearly every Ontarian.
By Paul Bootsma According to the calendar, spring is here, but we are all wondering when the weather will turn to spring and the soil will turn that light-coloured brown. Most are looking forward to some more heat and warmer weather. Listen here: For many, this weekend is a time of reflection as Christians remember […]
The course is also eligible for CCA credits – 1 CEU in integrated pest management.