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Minister Ritz and Canadian Industry Increasing Business with China
Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz continues his trade mission to China, where he has been showcasing Canada's agricultural capabilities to help build a stronger, mutually-beneficial and prosperous bilateral relationship.
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Agricultural Growth Act passes Second Reading
Important legislation that will help Canada's farming industry grow their markets at home and internationally passed the Second Reading in the House of Commons yesterday.
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Minister Ritz Delivers Major Market Access Achievements in China
Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz held key bilateral meetings with the Chinese government that have yielded key developments benefitting a wide range of producers, processors and exporters across Canada's robust agricultural economy.
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Minister Ritz Announces Appointment to Farm Credit Canada
Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz announced today the appointment of Michael Hoffort as President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Farm Credit Canada (FCC). Mr. Hoffort's appointment is for a five-year term effective July 1, 2014. Biographical notes are
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Minister Ritz Leads Mission to China to Strengthen Agricultural Science and Trade Partnerships
Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz will be in China next week leading a delegation of more than 70 people representing over 30 agricultural groups and four provinces to expand and improve trade access, continue to build on research and science collaboration,
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Governments Invest $1 Million to Teach Kids About Agriculture
Today, Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced a new $1 million five-year funding agreement with Agriculture in the Classroom Saskatchewan. This represents a $550,000 increase in funding over th
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Governments Announce Funding for Livestock Industry Research Projects
Today, Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz and Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister Lyle Stewart announced two new research projects worth nearly $1 million that will benefit livestock producers in the province and across Canada. Governments will provide
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