The government is holding engagement sessions and launching an online survey to gather feedback about the future of agriculture research in Alberta.
The Farm Freedom and Safety Act has been
introduced to bring forward changes to support the
unique nature of the farm and ranch business.
Minister of Economic Development, Trade and
Tourism Tanya Fir is travelling to Illinois and
Minnesota to meet with business leaders and state
The Public Lands Modernization (Grazing Lease and
Obsolete Provisions) Amendment Act, has been
introduced to ensure the sustainability of ranching
Lakeland College, Olds College and partners have
received federal funding to support high-tech
research and advancements in agriculture.
The Federal, Provincial, and Territorial (FPT)
Ministers of Agriculture concluded their two-day
annual meeting in Quebec City on July 19.
Albertans can participate in an online survey to help shape the future of farm workplace legislation
Granting extended leases to ranchers who
demonstrate exemplary care for public lands will
help support the economy and the environment.
The Government of Alberta has expressed its strong
opposition following reports that members of the
U.S. House of Representatives are pushing to
amend the Canada-United States-Mexico (CUSMA)
trade agreement to include mandatory Country of
Origin Labelling (COOL) rules.
The Alberta government has been notified of the
temporary suspension placed on Canadian export
certificates for beef and pork.