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Farmers and rural residents will get breaks on what they’ll have to pay under a carbon pricing scheme announced by the federal government. But as of yet, those promises of relief are vague. The federal government announced the measures in late October for provinces unwilling to implement their own carbon pricing scheme. The government also … Read more
Canada’s trucking industry appears bullish about the state of the economy this year, findings of the monthly Today’s Trucking Pulse Survey show.
The professional truck driver shortage continues to hold back the Canadian economy and solutions require a new approach to immigration policies and rethinking how long-haul freight is moved throughout the supply chain,
Trend follows upward revisions in July and August.
Global chemical industry activity eased in August, according to data collected and tabulated by the American Chemistry Council (ACC).
Wet weather in the parts of the Midwest have given some producers plenty of time to consider their 2019 seed options.
Both genetics and environment contribute to shattering, but excessive rainfall and a delayed harvest were the primary culprits this year.
Organic field crop acreage increased 2% from last year to 6.5 million acres. Farmers planted 7% more soybeans and 2% more corn than in 2017. At the same time, non-GMO acreage fell 5%.
Buckman, a global company specializing in innovative chemical and smart solutions, has announced changes to its freight pricing for the pulp and paper industry in North America.
The first six months of 2018 saw cargo thefts in Canada worth C$27 million, according to stats from the Insurance Bureau of Canada’s National Cargo Theft Reporting Program.
Various trucking and freight transport groups urged U.S. regulators to prioritize cybersecurity as manufacturers and suppliers continue rolling out more automated and autonomous driving systems
High politics have taken centre stage as trade discussions between NAFTA parties take dramatic turns and tariff impositions cast a shadow on the short-term growth of all North American economies.
Scientists have determined the vast majority of ocean plastics come from rapidly developing regions where a growing need for modern materials has outpaced systems to manage waste.
As a decades-long effort to get rid of trans fats officially concludes Monday, high oleic soybeans are poised to expand their market share.
Drought and low commodity prices conspired to shrink winter wheat acres, but harvest is revealing a higher-quality crop than expected.
Average retail prices for most fertilizers continued to inch higher the second week of July 2018.
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