Collaboration enables more than $3.2 million in grower-funded canola agronomic research in 2022

February 24, 2022 – The three Prairie, provincial canola grower associations have evaluated and selected 14 new canola research projects to receive funding under the Canola Agronomic Research Program (CARP) in 2022. This investment includes over $1.6 million from Alberta Canola, SaskCanola and Manitoba Canola Growers, as well as matching funds of over $1 million…

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Canola Council update on On-Farm Climate Action Fund

February 23, 2022 – Yesterday, the Government of Canada announced federal funding of up to $182.7 million for 12 recipient organizations to deliver the On-Farm Climate Action Fund across Canada – a program designed to support farmers in adopting beneficial management practices that store carbon and reduce greenhouse gases in three areas: nitrogen management, cover…

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Federal investment supports canola’s value and access to global markets

December 21, 2021 – Continued industry-government partnership on market access and development activities is integral to driving canola’s value and industry growth, says Jim Everson, Canola Council of Canada (CCC) president. In support of this important partnership, the Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced today federal government investment of more than $1.8…

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Update: Jim Everson provides remarks on ‘Navigating change through innovation’ at Canola Week

November 30, 2021 – CCC president Jim Everson presented the following speech on ‘Navigating change through innovation’ at the Canola Week virtual event this morning to attendees representing all links in the canola value chain. His presentation included a look at the state of the canola sector today, the opportunities and challenges ahead, and the importance of investment…

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New clubroot resource highlights importance of using CR cultivars early to keep spores low

October 5, 2021 – A new factsheet available at clubroot.ca helps distill the key practices to mitigate clubroot and maintain profitability, including growing clubroot-resistant (CR) cultivars responsibly on all canola acres.  In 2020, only 39 per cent of the canola cultivars grown in the Canadian Prairies were CR (Canadian Grain Commission, 2020). While CR will…

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