The Saskatchewan Canary Seed Development Commission held its AGM yesterday in Saskatoon as part of Crop Week.
Producers in attendance voted in favor of taking steps to have the crop covered by the Canadian Grain Commission's bonding program.
Chief Commissioner Patti Miller says there’s no fixed timeline for regulations.
“I would say, on average, it's taken us a year to get some regulations changed but things can be done quicker, or depending on the degree of consensus or not, it can sometimes take longer."Click here to see more...