Sask farmer reappointed to Canadian Grain Commission

The federal government has reappointed Saskatchewan farmer Lonny McKague as Commissioner of the Canadian Grain Commission.

McKague was first appointed as Commissioners in 2017 and has a new 3 year term.

He has 40 years of experience as a farmer and is a founding member of Ogema Elevator Limited in Ogema.

He is also  a former president of the Canadian Limousin Association and the local Stock Growers Association.

The grain commission is responsible for enforcing the Canada Grain Act and is involved with international trade missions with key customers of Canadian grain.

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