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Jan6

CSTA Announces Appointment of Interim Executive Director

Ottawa, Ontario – The Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Tyler McCann has recently accepted the role of Interim Executive Director. Tyler will start with the CSTA on a part-time basis in January 2020. Tyler is a Senior Associate with T. Bjornson and Associates (B&A), an Ottawa based Read More...
Jul24

CSTA Recognizes Exceptional Contributions to the Seed Industry at its 96th Annual Meeting

Whistler, British Columbia – At its 96th Annual Meeting, the Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) recognized and celebrated the innovative contributions of three exceptional leaders within the seed industry. This year’s award winners are: Canadian Plant Breeding & Genetics Award: Dr. Pierre Hucl Dr. Hucl is the current senior spring wheat and canary seed breeder Read More...
Jul19

CSTA Welcomes New President and Board Members

Whistler, British Columbia – At the 96th Annual Meeting of the Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA), CSTA was pleased to welcome its new president and five new board members. Mr. Georges Chaussé will be the 68th President of CSTA. Chaussé leads the seed division at Sollio Agriculture, which is based in Montreal, Quebec. He has Read More...
Mar13

CSTA Career Opportunity: Manager, Communications and Member Services

  The Canadian Seed Trade Association seeks a Manager, Communications and Member Services. This is a full-time position based out of downtown Ottawa, Ontario. Please find the job description here.
Nov15

Seed Variety Use Agreement offers producers greater choice and value

Seed Variety Use Agreement offers producers greater choice and value: Proposed value creation model will increase public and private plant breeding November 15, 2018 – Ottawa, ON – The Seed Synergy partners have endorsed a made-in-Canada solution that will drive plant breeding investment and benefit everyone in the agricultural value chain, starting with cereal, pulse Read More...