Should GM be labeled? Is organic healthier? Does glyphosate cause cancer? Do you put your kids at risk if you feed them meat or is the cave-man diet the way to go? Your good friend and neighbor thinks Gwyneth Paltrow is right about all this stuff, is she correct?
Today the Government of Canada introduced legislation that will move us towards a more accountable and reliable grains transportation system. This is good news for everyone involved – including our customers.
The Canola Council of Canada, Cereals Canada and Pulse Canada are working together to help growers “Keep It Clean”.
Potential Impact of the Effects of Climate Change on the Agriculture, Agri-food and Forestry Sectors and the Actions Undertaken to Increase Adaptation and Emissions Reduction Strategies
There are some organizations that don’t like modern agriculture. I really don’t understand why. My personal hero is Dr. Norman Borlaug who led the green revolution, which lifted millions of people out of poverty and provided food for millions of more who would have otherwise starved.
Cereals Canada is a national, not-for-profit organization that brings a broad and diverse collaboration of partners from all sectors of the cereals value chain.
News Releases & Policies
This section contains the latest news releases from Cereals Canada, as well as a library of our policy documents. Check back on a regular basis to find out what’s going on at Cereals Canada and what’s new within the cereals industry in general.
About Cereals Canada
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.
Cereals Corner is a monthly editorial from our President, Cam Dahl. Find out what’s on the mind of the President in regards to the latest news in the cereals industry in Canada and abroad.