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09 November 2014
The organization represents nearly 350 English-speaking agricultural journalists, broadcasters and communicators from across Canada.
26 March 2014
Two Canadian agricultural journalists are bringing home first place wins in key categories of this year's North American Association of Agricultural Journalists annual competition.
20 January 2014
Barry Wilson, who is one of the deans of the Canadian Parliamentary Press Gallery, retires this month after 34 years as the Western Producer 's Ottawa correspondent. He firmly identifies himself as a
20 December 2013
Glenda Luymes, a reporter with The Province who grew up on a dairy farm, launched Farmgate in October to put agricultural news on the radar of Vancouverites, and talk about how food gets on the table
09 October 2013
A reporter with Vancouver-based The Province daily newspaper has earned one of the Canadian Farm Writers’ Federation’s top awards. At the Federation’s annual awards ceremony held Saturday, Glenda
05 June 2013
In her new book, University of Alberta professor Patricia Demers examines the legacy of Miriam Green Ellis, an all-but-forgotten agricultural reporter from the Prairies who refused to be confined to
09 April 2013
If science journalists find themselves covering an issue from one way and then seeing things from a different perspective, what should they do? Where do you draw the line between activism and
07 December 2012
Better Farming magazine reports that an farm reporter is among four people facing criminal charges after a Canadian Food Inspection Agency investigation into the removal of 31 sheep from a federally
25 September 2012
The Canadian Farm Writers Federation has released the results of its annual competition. Long time Winnipeg Free Press regional reporter Bill Redekop won the top press feature award. Top winners of

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