AgriStability Program Extended for Alberta Producers in Response to Canada/China Trade Dispute
Agriculture and Forestry Minister Devin Dreeshen announced that Alberta, Canada and the provinces have agreed to extend the AgriStability participation deadline to July 2nd to producers affected by the Canada/China trade dispute. This 2 month extension will apply to all sectors and will allow producers to access business risk-management programs. The AgriStability program is provided by the federal and provincial governments to help farmers and producers manage significant risks and financial losses. Find out more information about this program and apply here.