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North American Free Trade Agreement Consultations

Fertilizer Canada welcomes the opportunity to respond to the Government of Canada’s consultation on renegotiation of the North American Free-Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with the United States and Mexico. NAFTA is of significant interest to our membership and their farm...

Canada-China Trade Consultations

Fertilizer Canada is responding to the federal government consultation on a potential free trade agreement with China, Canada’s second largest trading partner. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Chinese Premier Li Kequiang announced exploratory discussions this year....

Global Fertilizer Day Toolkit Webinar

Fertilizer Canada has recorded a webinar to walk through our online Global Fertilizer Day toolkit. This webinar provides information on the materials and ideas included in the toolkit and how members can use them in the lead up to Global Fertilizer Day on Oct. 13,...

Soil Lab educating Ottawa’s youth

It is more important now than ever before to educate youth on how to feed a population of nine billion by 2050. That is why Fertilizer Canada is proud to have partnered with the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum to create a new Soil Lab Discovery Zone. The lab aims...

Global Fertilizer Day Member Toolkit Launched

Global Fertilizer Day is an annual event created a s away to promote awareness of the importance of fertilizer to the social, economic and environmental landscapes of the world. In anticipation of this event on Oct. 13 this year, Fertilizer Canada has created an...

Reminder: Room Block Closes July 20

With just over five weeks to go until our 72nd Annual Conference and the North American Fertilizer Transportation Forum in Banff, Alberta, Fertilizer Canada would like to remind members that the room block at the Fairmont Banff Springs closes on Thursday, July 20....

Spreading the Sustainability Message

Following the release of our first Sustainability Report, Fertilizer Canada President & CEO Garth Whyte had the opportunity to speak with Peter Watts of News Talk 770 in Edmonton and Calgary, Alberta during the radio's morning show on Saturday, May 20. Whyte...

Mapping a Path to Sustainable Agriculture

The global population is expected to climb to 9.7 billion by 2050. In order to provide food and clothing for such a vast population with increasingly fewer resources, creating sustainability in agriculture is of utmost importance and should already be a top priority...