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Canadian farmers help feed Canada and the world. As feeding the world’s growing population becomes more challenging, farmers tur…



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Farmers rely on a vast array of tools and technologies to help them produce an abundant supply of safe, healthy and affordable foo…



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Both bees and pesticides play critical roles in agriculture. Bees pollinate many important crops while pesticides protect crops fr…



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Public parks and private yards help make cities beautiful, encourage biodiversity and contribute to happy, healthy communities.  …



Join the conversation and ask your questions about GMOs and biotechnology. You may have heard about the dirty dozen – a report about the trace amounts of pesticides sometimes found on … <a ... On June 28 the Government of Manitoba announced it would ban the use of synthetic lawn pesticides. The legislation will … <a ...



New study finds no neonic impact on bees, The Western Producer

November 4, 2014

A major Canadian study on neonicotinoids was released in late October with little pomp or …

CropLife Canada partners with Farm and Food Care Foundation

November 3, 2014

The Farm & Food Care Foundation, a charity with a mandate to enhance public trust

Science educators challenge activists

October 31, 2014

High school science teachers, university professors and researchers are starting to realize that it is

Caught in the middle of the bee war, The Globe and Mail

October 9, 2014

Unlike other pesticides, which are sprayed on crops, neonicotinoids are coated on seeds before planting.

The Dreaded ‘Green Blob’ Is The Most Dire Threat To Bees, Forbes

September 25, 2014

If neonicotinoid pesticides were banned–as activists are demanding–U.S. farmers’ productivity would drop and they would …

Alberta beekeeper, Kevin Nixon, discusses the challenges facing Canadian beekeepers.


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From floppy disks to Twitter – Agriculture has gone social

November 3, 2014

In the 1990s the two-way radio was a vital part of my communication system on the farm. I would regularly …

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A trip to the World Food Prize offers a dose of inspiration

October 17, 2014

Innovation, intensification, inspiration – this was the message of Dr. Norman Borlaug, known as the father of the Green Revolution, …

Upcoming Events

Compliance Management for Confined Field Trials course


CropLife Canada’s compliance management for confined field trials course provides participants with the latest information …

GrowCanada Conference 2014

December 2 - 4, 2014

Join us in Ottawa for the 2014 GrowCanada conference, Dec. 2-4, as leaders from Canada’s …

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