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Pulse Canada optimistic trade to India won’t be disrupted despite ongoing tensions

Pulse Canada optimistic trade to India won’t be disrupted despite ongoing tensions

Oct 24, 2023 | 3:57pm
The President of Pulse Canada is optimistic there won’t be any disruptions to the flow of products to India, despite ongoing tensions between India and Canada. Greg Cherewyk believes that based on connections made over the past 30 years. “The people-to-people ties, the business-to-business ties, and even the industry-to-industry relationships that we’ve developed at Pulse […]

Pulse Canada, SARM glad B.C. port strike is over

Jul 14, 2023 | 3:44pm

After 13 days, the B.C. port strike has come to an end. The B.C. Maritimes Association said in a statement they’ve agreed to a 4-year tentative deal with the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada, which represents 74-hundred workers. The deal is subject to ratification by both the union and employer, and it comes after […]

More agriculture organizations calling for B.C. port workers strike to end

Jul 6, 2023 | 3:51pm

The strike of over 7-thousand B.C. port workers is in its 6th day, and the list of organizations wanting it to end is growing. Todd Lewis – the 2nd Vice-President of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture – says patience in the farming community is running thin. “I think farmers expect to be able to move […]

Interactive Dashboard lets you see where grain is being shipped across Canada

May 24, 2023 | 2:16pm

Tracking grain movement across Canada is now easier than ever. This month Statistics Canada released the Grain Supply Chain Dashboard, an interactive map that details, among other things, segments of the railway network, the number of cars, and a car’s last known location. The dashboard is updated on a daily basis – with a one-day […]

Ag Industry making sure ‘Canada’s Ready’ to keep grain moving

Jul 28, 2022 | 3:06pm

Canada’s Ready is the focus of a new plan to keep the country’s grain moving. The Ag Transport Coalition has released a four-point plan outlining steps to ensure that Canada’s grain gets to where it needs to go. Greg Northey, Vice-President of Corporate Affairs with Pulse Canada, said that this year’s harvest represents the most […]

Pea imports the latest to see tariffs from India

Dec 23, 2019 | 11:46am

India has caught pulse crop exporters by surprise with plans to impose new restrictions on pea imports. The Indian government introduced stiff tariffs in November 2017, which resulted in sharply reduced Canadian sales. Tariff rates and quota levels are unchanged, but new measures were announced by the Government of India Directorate General of Foreign Trade […]