Canola Council of Canada Updates

Stable canola access to China welcomed

Last week in Ottawa, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced that stable canola trade with China can continue until 2020. According to the agreement, canola trade can occur according to terms in place during August 2016, and measures to manage the risk of blackleg will be based on science.

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