The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) will be welcoming new faces to the Board of Directors and Regional Representatives.
The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) is pleased that the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) with the European Union (EU) was signed over the weekend and applauds the federal government and Minister of International Trade, the Honourable Chrystia Freeland for finalizing this long awaited, historic agreement.
Announced earlier today, the Provincial Government’s $10 million investment in the agriculture industry aimed at further developing meaningful climate change advancements is good news for Alberta’s farmers, but work still needs to be done to minimize the financial impact of the carbon levy.
The Alberta Wheat Commission (AWC) is reminding growers to know all the factors affecting the quality of their wheat to ensure they are getting the maximum price for this year’s crop.
Last week representatives from Team Alberta met with provincial Transport Minister Brian Mason and Agriculture Minister Oneil Carlier to deliver producer-focused messaging that addresses the imbalance of accountability and market power in Canada’s grain transportation system.
AWC has reaffirmed its support for improved railway accountability through the introduction of reciprocal penalties as the Government of Canada wraps up its consultations on the Canada Transportation Act (CTA) Review on September 16.
AWC is accepting nominations for growers interested in representing their fellow farmers to sit on the AWC Board of Directors. AWC has open positions for two Directors and three Regional Representatives in both Regions 1 and 5.