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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 use a wide variety of tools and technologies to help them produce a safe, affordable supply of healthy food. Pesticides ar…



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Bees and pesticides are complementary components of sustainable agriculture. Bees pollinate many important crops while pesticides …



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



Plant science innovations are helping Canada grow a stronger economy, a better environment and healthier communities across the country. Learn more about the dates and locations of the CleanFARMS obsolete pesticide and livestock medication disposal programs happening across the … <a ... You may have heard about the dirty dozen – a report about the trace amounts of pesticides sometimes found on … <a ...



Saving bees with science: Continued focus on neonicotinoids is distracting from real threat, Financial Post

August 9, 2016

The “Bee-pocalypse” has been cancelled.  Global bee populations are rising and are now near historic …

Greenpeace is scaring people with ‘anti-science’ on GMOs so they can raise money: Nobel laureates, National Post

June 30, 2016

More than 100 Nobel laureates have signed a letter urging Greenpeace to end its opposition …

Study confirms GE crops are safe, and complicated, Real Agriculture

May 18, 2016

A new report published Tuesday has mainstream media talking about genetically engineered crops.

The National …

Canadian grocers confident in safety of GMO produce: retail council

March 24, 2016

The organization that represents Canada’s major grocery chains says it has full confidence in selling …

In defence of genetically modified foods, Macleans

March 14, 2016

More scientists are coming around to GMO safety. Why are environmentalists, who preach the science …

Working in the plant science industry gives people the opportunity to do something that matters to them. The plant science industry employs people with a range of skill sets all working together to help ensure farmers have the tools they need to continue to safely and sustainably feed the world.


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The benefits of 20 years of genetically engineered crops in Canada

October 13, 2016

This year marks the 20th year that we have been growing genetically engineered or “GE” crops here in Canada. During …

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Facts not fear around GMOs needed in the classroom

September 19, 2016

Teachers can be some of the most influential figures in a child’s life. Their feedback and opinions can leave lasting …

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May 3-5, 2016

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