corn- by Keith Currie, President, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

As Ontario’s fall harvest continues, corn quality and the threat of moulds and mycotoxins have become a serious concern across the province. Elevated levels of vomitoxin (DON) in this year’s corn crop has growers concerned about finding a market for their grain, and in some cases, figuring out how to safely...

labour workerDecades of corporate and legislative obstruction to improvements for workers and their families seemed to be coming to an end when Bill 148 (Fair Workplaces, Better Jobs Act) was passed at the end of 2018. Bill 148 brought about profoundly overdue increases to the minimum wage and...

P4EProvincial consultation continues on standardized testing, work/life skills, and health, and People for Education continues to share its research on behalf of parents, students and educators of this province.  Here is a summary of their...

innovation - by Dieter Heinrich

The closing of Tenneco is a body blow to the local economy. It seems to be due to larger economic forces. The decline in manufacturing is a North American story happening to small towns everywhere. We’ve known this for years, and this is another step in the same direction...

agriculture cows- by Crispin Colvin, Director, Ontario Federation of Agriculture

Ontario went to the polls for the second time this year with the municipal elections on October 22. While municipal politics may not be as high on some people’s radar as what happens at...

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