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From farm to factory, Canadian dairy industry has no time for Trump

Source: CBC News, Jaela Bernstien U.S. president wants Canada to axe supply management, but farmers say that would destroy their livelihood A generation after Peter Strebel’s father started a farm in 1976 with 50 Holsteins, Canada’s dairy sector is at the heart of a mounting trade war, and Strebel fears the survival of farms like his is at stake. It’s a

Justin Trudeau has solid support from Canadians, but angry dairy farmers on the horizon

Source: Global News Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, facing the threat of a trade war from U.S. President Donald Trump, has unanimous domestic support for now but to keep a firm hold on power must wring concessions from an unwilling powerful dairy lobby in order to mollify Washington. Trudeau, who over the last year has

Pierre Lampron Statement

Source: Dairy Farmers of Canada Canada’s dairy farmers stand with our fellow Canadians in rejecting the US administration’s personal attacks on our Prime Minister. These attacks, whether on Prime Minister Trudeau, or dairy farmers in Canada, are founded more on rhetoric than fact. Canada has a trade deficit of 5:1 with the US on dairy

Alberta dairy farmers stand up against President Trump

Source: Alberta Milk Alberta family dairy farms are recently getting caught in the crossfire regarding the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and tariffs. The American dairy industry wants access to Canada to try to solve their serious over production concerns. “Trump is picking on family farms like mine because the USA just has too

Holstein Canada Announces 2018-2019 Committees

Source: Holstein Canada Holstein Canada is pleased to reveal the 2018-2019 committees, ensuring the Board of Directors continues to receive input from its grassroots membership and industry partners. This year, Holstein Canada has made four new additions to two of the nine committees: the Show and Judging Committee welcomes Pierre Boulet, Scott Brethet, and Dan Doner

Dairy Processors Association of Canada names Mathieu Frigon President and Chief Executive Officer

Source: Dairy Processors Association of Canada The Board of Directors of the Dairy Processors Association of Canada (DPAC) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mathieu Frigon as the organization’s new President and Chief Executive Officer. “Mathieu brings to the table the knowledge and skills required to be a strong advocate for the Canadian dairy processing industry,” said

Website for new farmers launched in New Brunswick

Source: Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada A new website that will connect prospective farmers with a “one-stop shop” to help them investigate opportunities in the sector was officially launched today. AgriStartNB will also benefit existing farmers who are looking to expand their operations. The website provides information on available government programs, equipment, labour and training, commodities and

British Columbia Environmental Farm Plan Program Continues

The B.C. Agricultural Research & Development Corporation (ARDCorp) will continue to deliver the Environmental Farm Plan Program (EFP) on behalf of the governments of Canada and British Columbia. Funding for this program is provided by the new Canadian Agricultural Partnership, a five-year 3-billion-dollar investment by Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial governments that aims to support

4-H Ontario and Kubota Canada Ltd. Announce Partnership

Source: 4-H 4-H Ontario and Kubota Canada Ltd. (Kubota) are excited to announce their new partnership. This partnership will benefit 4-H Ontario youth, as Kubota has established their exclusive sponsorship of 4-H Ontario’s Youth Leader Webinars and the development of a new provincial Graduating Members Award. “This partnership with Kubota Canada Ltd. sets the bar for

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Coca-Cola Canada announces strategic investment in new production facility to bring dairy innovation to Canada

Source: Coca-Cola Canada fairlife™ Ultrafiltered Milk Launching in Canada by the end of 2018 Coca-Cola Canada today announced an $85M CAD investment to build a new production facility in Peterborough, Ontario.  The facility will provide new production capabilities starting with fairlife Ultrafiltered Milk, a lactose free milk containing nine essential nutrients, with 50% more protein and

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