History[ edit ] First wheat boards[ edit ] By the early 20th century in Western Canadagrain purchasing, transportation and marketing were dominated by large companies headquartered outside the region, such as the Canadian Pacific Railway and the trading companies which dominated the Winnipeg Grain Exchange. Producers were deeply suspicious of the business practices of these companies and hostile to their positions of power. Farmers were impressed by the success of state-led marketing as it was practised during World War I. The government created a series of boards in and around the war, each with progressively more power to control the grain trade.
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That was obvious two weeks ago when U. President Donald Trump raised it as a trade irritant during a rally in Fargo, N. However, most people remember best the remark that followed.
This has been an issue with U. American wheat varieties are also generally of lower quality. Canada exports at least a million tonnes annually to the U. In fact, the previous federal government under Prime Minister Stephen Harper had legislation in the works to allow American wheat to be classified as Canadian wheat so long as it was a wheat variety registered in Canada.
However, the Harper government was defeated before Bill C passed. The greater concern is that the grading dispute is a veiled attack on the Canada wheat variety registration system, which is one of the strictest in the world.
Tougher variety registration is part of what has given Canada its world reputation for high-quality wheat. That quality is created through a number of mechanisms and one of them is our grading system and another is our variety system.
If grading and variety systems were uniform for North America, it would make business much simpler for the grain elevator companies, she maintained.
The Harper government removed several trade irritants the U. Init removed kernel visual distinguishability rules, making it possible for American wheat varieties Faller, Prosper and Elgin to be sold in Canada.Pepperidge Farm founder Margaret Rudkin was one of the great business leaders of her time.
She was born Margaret Fogarty in New York City in , the oldest of five children in a second-generation Irish family.
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