APAS releases report on rural cell phone and internet service

Poor cell and internet service in rural communities is a well-known problem facing Saskatchewan residents, and positive change is long overdue.   APAS continues to tackle the issue of rural connectivity on behalf of our members, and are proud to announce the release of a new report called “Out of Range: Internet and Cell Service in Rural Saskatchewan.”   Released…

APAS to address House of Commons Agriculture Committee - THIS FRIDAY!

APAS President Todd Lewis will address the House of Commons Standing Committee on Agriculture and Agri-Food on Friday, June 12, 2020 from 3:00 to 4:00 pm EDT (1:00 to 2:00 pm Saskatchewan time) to present APAS's recommendations for changes to Agri-Stability. These include an increase to AgriStability coverage levels and an elimination of the Reference Margin Limit.    APAS…

The Summer 2020 edition of Saskatchewan Farmers' Voice is on its way!

A new edition of Saskatchewan Farmers’ Voice magazine is hot off the presses and will soon be en route to farm mailboxes and agricultural leaders across the province! The Summer 2020 issue of Farmers’ Voice is packed full of important agricultural information ranging from profiles of local producers to ways that APAS has been advocating for good agricultural policy … to…

Release: Rotating picket lines at Co-op cardlocks threaten to delay spring seeding

APAS is raising concerns about disrupted access to cardlocks and rural fuel supplies due to the ongoing labour dispute between Co-op and Unifor. Farmers raised the alarm after a recent picket line made it difficult to access a Co-op site in Moose Jaw this week.   “Our members have a very short window in which to seed our 2020 crop, and this year many producers are still…

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