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Peaceful development messages hard to hear amid violence

An estimated 80 per cent of those who need assistance in underdeveloped countries are farmers. So, programs targeted at helping farmers can likewise help economies recover. Farmers who are profitable, however you measure it and wherever they farm, can feed … Continue reading

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Farmers need to explain what they mean by sustainability

Farmers on both sides of the Canada-US border have chosen sustainability as a rallying cry. It’s a familiar term to the urban politicians and others they’re trying to influence. I think most people associate the term with environmental sustainability, though, … Continue reading

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Pick science, not pies, to make your point

Science can get us closer to solutions to problems than throwing pies. As Canada (and the rest of the world) discovered last week after a pie throwing incident in Burlington, Ontario, one pie in the face simply leads to another. … Continue reading

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