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Two Canadian beef industry leaders appointed to GASL Youth Advisory Group

Two young leaders in the Canadian cattle sector have been chosen to represent the North American region on the Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL) Youth Advisory Group. The Canadian Cattle Association (CCA) congratulates Evan Chaffe (Ontario) and Sydney Fortier (Alberta) on this prestigious appointment as they fill the two spots available for the North American region. CCA wishes them the best as they represent Canada, and the broader Norther American livestock sector, in their new role. 

The Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock (GASL) 

GASL is a partnership of livestock sector stakeholders such as the public and private sectors, government, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), academia and research committed to the sustainable development of the sector. It builds consensus towards sustainability by working with stakeholders through dialogues, consultations, and joint analysis.  

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