Manitoba Bulletin

March 2020—Each year the Manitoba Canola Growers recognize an individual who has made a contribution to the growth of the canola industry with the Canola Award of Excellence. Don Flaten, professor in the Department of Soil Science at the University of Manitoba, was recognized with the 2020 Canola Award of Excellence at the CropConnect Banquet in...
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Manitoba Bulletin

January 2020—Bringing the idea of canola as a protein for human consumption to the forefront is something Manitoba Canola Growers have been supporting. Through innovative technology, protein has been extracted from canola meal (currently a livestock feed) in a way suitable for the human food market. The process is simple and only uses water and a...
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Manitoba Bulletin

November 2019—Stay Connected. Sign up for our Canola Crush Newsletter today! Visit www.CanolaGrowers.com How Manitoba Canola Growers are Representing You Stimulating, increasing and improving the production and marketing of canola is a part of MCGA’s mandate. Through local initiatives and national partnerships, MCGA has consistently been working on five areas of focus. The recent trade disruption...
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September 2019—Canola Eat Well director Ellen Pruden (left) and Manitoba Canola Growers director Curtis McRae (right) cook with Great Tastes of Manitoba host Dez Daniels. The CTV show celebrates 30 years. Great Tastes of Manitoba is a long-standing collaboration between commodity groups and the Manitoba Government. It’s the longest running cooking show in Canada. But it...
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Manitoba Bulletin

March 2019—Adequate plant nutrition is required for optimal crop production. It’s thanks to research scientists like Dr. Cynthia (Cindy) Grant – former senior research scientist in Soil Fertility Management with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada of the Brandon Research and Development Centre – that soil fertility and crop nutrition best practices have evolved, making crop production more...
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