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Fertilizer Canada Welcomes Amendments to the Transportation Information Regulations

January 10, 2023

Statement

Fertilizer Canada Supports Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada’s Consultation with Stakeholders on a Sustainable Agriculture Strategy

December 12, 2022

News

Canada Can Reduce GHG Emissions from Fertilizer Use Without Jeopardizing Food Security, New Report Says

September 7, 2022

News

Fertilizer Canada Welcomes Dan Demers as New Vice-President, Government Relations

May 26, 2022

Recent Webinars

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Agricultural Ammonium Nitrate and Calcium Ammonium Nitrate Code of Practice IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE

Agricultural Ammonium Nitrate and Calcium Ammonium Nitrate CODE OF PRACTICE

Fertilizer Canada’s Response to AAFC’s Discussion Paper

Final Report of The National Supply Chain Task Force 2022

Annual Conference

Our next annual conference is around the corner.

Halifax, Nova Scotia

August 15, 2022 – August 17, 2022

Fertilizer Canada is pleased to invite members to our 75th Annual Conference in Halifax, Nova Scotia from Aug. 15 to 17, 2022.

Attended by delegates involved in all aspects of the fertilizer industry and related sectors, Fertilizer Canada’s Annual Conference offers a chance for collective collaboration on current hot topic issues and upcoming opportunities for positive growth. 

Join us for this annual meeting of the industry in the historic city of Halifax this August. Secure your attendance by registering. 

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