Alberta has signed on to the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, which provides $406 million over the next five years. | Barbara Duckworth photo

Alberta signs Canadian Agricultural Partnership

Alberta has signed on to the Canadian Agricultural Partnership, which provides $406 million over the next five years. The $3 billion federal CAP program has set priorities to support markets, trade, innovation, sustainability and clean growth. “The investment we are announcing will help Alberta farmers and processors meet the growing needs for the quality food […] Read more

All provinces and territories have signed on to the new Canadian Agricultural Partnership, but there are still some disagreements about business risk management provisions within the five-year deal that takes effect next April 1. | Twitter.com/@L_MacAulay photo

Ag ministers reach new farm program agreement

ST. JOHN’S, N.L. — All provinces and territories have signed on to the new Canadian Agricultural Partnership, but there are still some disagreements about business risk management provisions within the five-year deal that takes effect next April 1. In particular, Saskatchewan says it doesn’t support late participation in AgriStability. That measure would allow producers to […] Read more