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Canadian growers taking a beating
Canadian nursery growers are taking a pounding as their American counterparts continue to find local buyers for their discounted products.
Feb. 8, 2011, Regina — The Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) recently released its Monthly Agriculture Business Barometer which shows improvement in agri-business optimism that unfolded late last year appears to have carried over into 2011.
How “sustainable” is your farm? Environmentally speaking, how would you rate your operations against those of colleagues across North America?
The number one stumbling block for a Canadian bioenergy project is a lack of adequate financing.
Late last October, I was able to tour the Netherlands as part of the Sustainability Initiative project hosted by the Office of the Dutch Agricultural Counselor in Washington.
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Why entrepreneurs should take a salary
Experts say entrepreneurs with new ventures are often hesitant to pay themselves, believing it isn’t in the best interest of their company, but there are several reasons as to why taking a regular salary can benefit the business as a whole.
In the lead-up to this year’s Vancouver Winter Olympics, our thoughts were on the athletes and all the hard work and sacrifices they made in making their respective teams.
Sept. 1, 2010, will be remembered as an important milestone in the history of the Canadian ornamental industry.
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How you can avoid burnout

Entrepreneurs and small business owners have to be cognizant about avoiding burnout, given it is so easy to work, work and work some more. 
July 22, 2010, Kingsville, Ont. – The massive cogen project at Great Northern Hydroponics has attracted provincial recognition.
July 16, 2010, Kingsville, Ont. – A computerized traceability program has earned Cedar Beach Acres one of 55 regional awards in the Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence program.

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