A great opportunity for Canadian hemp growers is how the President of the Canadian Hemp Trade Alliance described Health Canada's announcement that makes it legal for all parts of the hemp plant to now be harvested.
The recently-amended Bill C-49 has been referred back to the House of Commons from the Senate, and both the Member of Parliament for Prince Albert and a national group representing producers said they want no more delays.
Tammy Cook-Searson, Chief of the Lac La Ronge Indian Band, helping to harvest potatoes at one of the locations supported by the Prince Albert Grand Council Agriculture Program. submitted photo/ Betty Marleau, PAGC Agriculture Program
Two short line railways in northeast Saskatchewan have felt the pinch from the country's grain backlog according to Ian Boxall, vice president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS).