Click on this link to read the CBC news article, Canadian beekeepers face plummeting honey prices as harvest wraps up, posted September 2, 2016.
To address the shortage of workers in agriculture, the Canadian Agricultural Human Resources Council has implemented a pilot project with the Saskatchewan Abilities Council to match job seekers and ag
Saskatchewan Abilities Council’s Partners in Employment division “provides Supported Employment services that assist both job seekers and employers”. There are offices in Regina, Moose Jaw, Saskatoon, Swift Current and Yorkton.
Report on the Meeting with the Federal Minister of Agriculture, Minister MacAulay: On February 8, 2016, Simon Lalonde, President of the SBDC and I, Sara Comerford, Vice President of the
Click here for a letter from the Embassy of Canada regarding the 4 in – 4 out rule.
The CHC was busy writing letters in January to the Honourable MaryAnn Mihychuk regarding the TFWP (click HERE), and to Health Canada regarding Veterinary drugs (click HERE). Have a look
January 19, 2016 Regina: The Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) is asking for producer input in developing more effective business risk management programming that meets future industry needs. “Governments
Canadian Beekeepers’ Practical Handbook to Bee Biosecurity and Food Safety Modern beekeeping requires beekeepers to keep track of a lot of information to meet current regulations for bee biosecurity and
To keep you up to date on the work being done, the Labour Task Force has published an information pamphlet. Click here to open the pdf.
Farm & Food Care work to get the word out about farming and food production in Saskatchewan. They hold seminars, lectures and other events. You can sign up for their