Issues impacting our sector

Learn about the issues impacting Canada's fruit and vegetable sector and the changes for which we advocate

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Members

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Latest news

New Video: Reuniting Families

July 23, 2019

We have just published the latest video in our Heartbeat international farm workers awareness campaign: “Reuniting Families.”  Throughout the years, Valentine showed leadership and made Canada his home. He took pride in his day-to-day tasks and wanted to share it with his family. Now, his children and wife share a home in Rougemont. bringing two important parts…

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Grow the value-added food sector to capitalize on its untapped potential

July 18, 2019

Canada should expand the value-added food sector by improving regulations to allow for the expansion of international trade of processed food products, investing in innovation, and reducing the barriers to growth inside its borders, the Senate Committee on Agriculture and Forestry said in its latest report, Made in Canada: Growing Canada’s Value-Added Food Sector. The…

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International farm workers campaign

Learn about the important people who come to Canada to work every year. Without them, there would be no Canadian fruit and vegetable production.

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Resources

Fresh Thinking magazine

Our free bilingual print publication features high-level industry perspectives and useful tips for growers. Subscribe today!

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HortShorts monthly newsletter

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"BC Blueberry growers are extremely thankful for the hard work and support of CHC and everyone that was involved in this push for the BC Blueberry industry.

The government was very receptive to moving the start and end dates for the emergency registration and we were able to cover the majority of our season."

Jason Smith, Chair, BC Blueberry Council

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