There is a common adage in agriculture “wheat is fourteen percent protein and eighty-six percent politics.” This was often applied in the era of debates over marketing, but it can still be fit today on many issues in agriculture. This is unfortunate and it comes at a cost. 

Cereals Canada calls on all Members of Parliament and Senators to work together to quickly pass the amended version of C-49 into law.

It has been said by quite a few people that organizations are best defined by what they oppose versus what they support.  That seems like too cynical of a view of the world.  I want to talk about what we stand for.

Cereals Canada welcomes the signing of the CPTPP and calls for ratification of the agreement. CPTPP promises new opportunities for Canadian agriculture through the advancement of an ambitious and progressive trade environment.

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The cereals sector in Canada is currently undergoing a time of transition. Traditionally the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) had filled the role of industry coordinator for many issues like market development and research direction.


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