Climate change to push food prices higher
Report predicts up to 4% hike in 2020, that’s an extra $487 for an average Canadian family.
University of Guelph offers online pot growing course
Part of a new cannabis specialization in the university’s horticulture certificate program.
Average family to pay $400 more for groceries next year: report
Food prices will rise between 1.5% to 3.5% next year; vegetables will see the biggest price jumps – between 4% and 6%.
Growing the bio-economy
New materials that replace plastic.