When the federal government presents its next budget, the Ontario Federation of Agriculture (OFA) wants to be sure that real investment in the agri-food sector and rural communities is part of the plan.
Research conducted in 2016 by University of Guelph professor Andria Jones-Bitton demonstrates that Canadian farmers experience much higher levels of stress, anxiety, and depression than the general population.
The meetings provide an update on the activities of the organization, and district voting delegates and alternates are elected.
It is only when we pair our wishes with hard work that much can be accomplished.
A call for greater infrastructure investments in the agri-food sector that will build capacity and create greater economic development in communities.
By Clarence Nywening “The winds of change have begun to blow” is a popular phrase that we often hear in folklore and fairy tales. This year, as I watched the autumn winds blowing the leaves about and the changing landscape as harvest gave way to winter, I couldn’t help but think it’s an apt saying—at […]
It’s the time of year at the Ontario Federation of Agriculture to reflect on what has been accomplished.
Looking back at 2018.
In early December, the provincial government laid out its approach to expanding natural gas access and reducing red tape for rural Ontario.
The recent Canada’s Food Price Report concluded that overall food prices in Canada could increase by 3.5 percent, or about $411 for every four-person household.