Markets end the week lower.
Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland is agreeing to N-D-P proposals to get support for ratifying the new continental trade agreement among Canada, the United States and Mexico.
The second rail service interruption in a matter of months is creating serious economic, social and animal welfare concerns for Ontario farmers and rural communities.
Corn, wheat, and soybeans all trade lower.
One of Canada’s largest beef producers says it has achieved a milestone in its commitment to sustainable food production.
Former CKNX Farm Director Andrew Campbell says farmers haven’t really done a good job of informing the public of what they do and why it’s important.
Quieter day on the markets.
With “historically low” interest rates, flourishing livestock farms, and an expanding list of investors, Ontario farmers overall are in a good position to begin 2020.
A Conservative M-P from Ontario has tabled a private member’s bill to amend the federal carbon tax to exempt qualifying farmers from paying the tax on gasoline, diesel fuel, propane and natural gas.
Wheat prices soar.