Saskatchewan Bulletin

Saskatchewan Bulletin

Val and Doyle Wiebe appear in both the full documentary and an extended interview from the License to Farm series. Garry Berteig (centre), of Berteig Imaging, is one of the film producers.

License to Farm Extended Interviews

Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan’s Executive Director Clinton Monchuk awards SaskCanola with the Food & Farming Champion Award. There to receive the award were SaskCanola’s Executive Director Janice Tranberg (centre) and SaskCanola’s Communications Manager Ellen Grueter (right).

In 2016, SaskCanola launched the 30-minute documentary License to Farm, to highlight the facts behind common misconceptions about agriculture production in Canada. The goal of this  documentary is to inspire producers to engage in more conversations about food, build trust with their urban neighbours, and protect their social license to farm. Since the film launched, it’s been viewed over 80,000 times in over 165 countries, and has garnered over 2 million social media impressions. Last fall, SaskCanola was the recipient of seven Best of CAMA awards from the Canadian Agri-Marketing Association as well as the Food & Farming Champion Award, for producing the successful film project. This year, SaskCanola will launch five extended interviews of unseen footage from the License to Farm vault.

Visit to view the full documentary and extended interviews. Join the conversation on social media by following @licensetofarm on Twitter and Instagram, License to Farm on Facebook.

SaskCanola Awards Dr. Keith Downey Undergraduate Scholarships to University of Saskatchewan Students


SaskCanola is pleased to announce that we have awarded the Dr. Keith Downey Undergraduate Scholarships, total value of $10,000, to four undergraduate students from the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Agriculture and Bioresources at the annual Bean Feed event, which took place in November at TCU Place in Saskatoon. Four deserving recipients received a $2,500 SaskCanola scholarship to go towards their agricultural studies, including:

  • Andrew Reddekopp – 4th year, BSA in Agronomy
  • Jaqueline Toews – 4th year, BSA in Crop Science
  • Hayley Down – 3rd year, BSA in Animal Bioscience
  • Michelle Ross – 3rd year, BSA in Agronomy

SaskCanola’s 2015-2016 Annual Report is Now Available

SaskCaola's 2015 2016 Annual Report

Please visit for an electronic copy or contact the SaskCanola office for a hard copy at 1-877-241-7044.