CASA Welcomes New Chair and Member to Governance Board

Québec City, October 15, 2013: The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) welcomes a new Chair to the CASA Board of Directors, while congratulating a new Director to the Board. Denis Bilodeau, Second Vice President of l’Union des producteurs agricole (UPA)…

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Fourth Year of FCC Ag Safety Fund Set to Begin

Applications accepted from September 16 to October 27 September 12, 2013, Winnipeg, Manitoba – The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) in partnership with Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is proud to announce a call for applications to the FCC Ag Safety…

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Farm Safety Conference to Focus on Training New Workers

Get with the Plan! 2013 runs from October 9–11 in Québec City Winnipeg, September 5, 2013: The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) will hold its annual conference and AGM in Québec City from October 9–11, 2013 at the Hôtel Château…

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Farm Safety Education for Youth in Canada Continues to Grow

CASA encourages communities to host a 2014 Safety Day June 20, 2013, Winnipeg, Manitoba – The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) is pleased to announce that over 12,000 children and participants are expected to take part in Progressive Agriculture Safety…

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FarmSafe Forum Brings Ag Safety Training Opportunity to Guelph

Guelph, ON, February 11, 2013: The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA), the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA), and exclusive corporate sponsor Farm Credit Canada (FCC) are pleased to announce a unique learning opportunitity for farmers, students and other farm safety…

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FarmSafe Forum Brings Ag Safety Training Opportunity to Truro

Truro, NS, February 11, 2013: The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA), the Canadian Federation of Agriculture (CFA), and exclusive corporate sponsor Farm Credit Canada (FCC) are pleased to announce a unique learning opportunity for farmers, students and other farm safety…

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Safety Record Improving on Canada’s Farms

Winnipeg, January 24, 2013: Canada’s safety record on farms is improving but new numbers still indicate that agriculture is a dangerous occupation in Canada. According to the most recent report from Canadian Agricultural Injury Reporting (CAIR), the rate of agricultural…

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