Nov. 3, 2017, Guelph, Ont. – Last year many Ontario farmers and landowners were shocked by the 2016 Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) assessments that saw farmland values increase by an average 65 per cent over a four-year period.
Nov. 3, 2017, Columbus, OH – Dümmen Orange will be transitioning management of North America to its domestically grown leadership team, a natural next step towards increasing local insights with global reach.
Nov. 3, 2017, Grand Rapids, MI – Keith Osborne, horticulturalist for Gro-Bark (Ontario) Ltd., has been named a Fellow of the IPPS Eastern Region.
Nov. 2, 2017, Simcoe, Ont. – Long-time Greenhouse Canada editor Dave Harrison is retiring at the end of 2017, so one of Canada’s iconic media brands is looking to fill those big shoes.

Nov. 2, 2017, Vancouver – It was a banner summer season for organic strawberry yields during testing of Affinor Growers prototype towers.
November 2017 – Canada is full of young, skilled and knowledgeable people who are driving the greenhouse industry forward.”
November 2017 – At this time of year, most greenhouse vegetable growers would have clean-out and preparation for the next season foremost on their minds. This is indeed a daunting task if the job is to be properly done.
November 2017 – Time again to celebrate our fantastic “Top 10 under 40” awards program. Inside View previously looked at these new industry leaders’ traits, e.g. passionate, hard-working and innovative thinkers.
Oct. 31, Columbus, OH – The cut flower team at Dümmen Orange have released the first in a five-part video series that focuses on creative, seasonally inspired applications of their standout cut flower products.
Oct. 31, 2017, Ottawa – Canada and Syngenta Canada Inc. have renewed an expanded partnership that will see Syngenta Canada be the pillar partner for 4-H Canada’s Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security programming for the next three years.
Oct. 30, 2017, Leamington – Big things come in small packages, and the newest addition to the NatureFresh Farms product line should be huge in the market.
Oct. 27 2017, Kingsville, Ont. – There was even greater cause for celebration than usual during this year’s annual general meeting of the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers.
Oct. 27, 2017, Southampton, U.K. – They account for just three per cent of the Earth’s surface but play a major role in offsetting carbon dioxide emissions – and now a team of scientists led by the universities of Southampton and Utrecht has discovered that the plants that make up peat bogs adapt exceptionally well to climate change.
Oct. 26, 2017, Regina – Farm Credit Canada (FCC), along with its industry partners, participating schools and volunteers, have provided over 7.2 million meals for food banks nationwide, far surpassing this year’s goal for FCC Drive Away Hunger.

Windset Farms of B.C. is among the sponsors. It is one of North America’s largest greenhouse vegetable companies.

“Every meal is a step toward a better future for someone who truly needs a helping hand,” said Michael Hoffort, FCC president and CEO, in announcing the results of this year’s collection in support of Canada’s food banks.

“We are proud of those who work everyday to produce food, partners who donate and help us collect food, and of those who volunteer at food banks and school meal programs across Canada,” Hoffort said. “We are all connected to the common cause of reducing hunger in our communities and making a difference in Canadians’ lives.”

FCC Drive Away Hunger involves driving a tractor and trailer through communities to collect food and cash donations for food banks across the country.

During the week of Oct. 9, FCC teams drove tractors through communities in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia.


Partners are a major contributor to the success of FCC Drive Away Hunger. Platinum partners were BDO Canada, The Meat Factory Limited, Courchesne Larose, Chenail Fruits and Legumes and Dedicated Harvesters.

Eight national partners also played an important role by committing cash and collecting donations in helping FCC achieve its goal: Parrish and Heimbecker Limited, Windset Farms, Co-op, BroadGrain Commodities Inc., SWT, Ray-Mont Logistics and Nutrigroupe.

In addition to its annual food collection tractor tour, FCC contributed a total of $100,000 in support of food programs offered at 100 schools across Canada. In September, each school received $1,000 to feed hungry children at school.

“We’re especially thankful to the students who took the time to collect items from home to donate to their local food banks,” Hoffort said. “Their generosity and caring toward those in need is truly inspiring.


FCC Drive Away Hunger is FCC’s flagship community investment program. Since 2004, FCC employees, customers and community partners have provided over 40 million meals to food banks in Canada. To learn more, visit

FCC is Canada’s leading agriculture lender, with a healthy loan portfolio of more than $31 billion. Visit

Oct. 26, 2017, Columbus, OH – Dümmen Orange partnered with Kroger’s Columbus Division and The Gems Group on Oct. 11 to Petal It Forward in downtown Columbus.

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