Your Farm Voice: Consultations and Surveys

Manitoba Canola Growers are proud to represent a unified voice for canola farmers in Manitoba.  In addition to this large collective voice it is important for the voice of individual farmers to also be heard.

Below you will find current surveys or consultations requesting input from farmers.

Please take the time to share your thoughts on issues that you are passionate about.


Purpose and Background of Survey

Keystone Agricultural Producers (KAP), the voice of farmers in Manitoba, has launched a rural connectivity survey aimed at better understanding the issues facing both cellular coverage and broadband access across the province.

Take the Rural Connectivity Survey


Purpose and Background of Survey

As part of the Manitoba government’s commitment to public safety, mandatory entry-level training for commercial truck drivers was implemented Sept. 1, 2019.

Commercial truck drivers play an important role in moving our economy forward, and we are focused on ensuring they have the necessary skills and qualifications to do their job in a way that ensures everyone is safe on the road. Requirements include 121.5 hours of training, which is consistent with other provinces including Alberta and Saskatchewan.

The Manitoba government is consulting with the agriculture industry to determine an appropriate phase-in strategy.

Take the MELT Survey


Purpose and Background of Survey

This survey is to help guide the development of the Agriculture Sector Module that is being developed for the ClimateData.ca Web portal by Environment and Climate Change Canada, the Computer Research Institute of Montreal (CRIM), Ouranos, the Pacific Climate Impacts Consortium (PCIC), the Prairie Climate Centre (PCC) and HabitatSeven.

Take the Survey


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