24
Aug
2015

WINNIPEG – Representatives from 13 countries are attending the International Durum Wheat Program at Cigi (Canadian International Grains Institute) in Winnipeg this week. The program, which runs to August 29, includes lectures, technical sessions, field visits, and commercial processing demonstrations on Canadian durum wheat. The 17 international participants represent trading organizations, mills, and processing companies … continue reading →

20
Jul
2015

WINNIPEG – Representatives from 14 countries are attending the 48th International Grain Industry Program at Cigi (Canadian International Grains Institute) in Winnipeg, starting July 20. The two-week program will offer 27 international customers an overview of the Canadian grain and field crop industry with an emphasis on wheat and pulses and their use in end … continue reading →

18
Jun
2015

WINNIPEG – A Memorandum of Understanding signed by Cigi (Canadian International Grains Institute) and the Academy of State Administration of Grain (ASAG) in China establishes a working relationship between the organizations focused on development and advancement of applied research activities that will serve the grain industry in both countries. ASAG is a non-profit centre of … continue reading →

13
Mar
2015

WINNIPEG – The governments of Canada and Manitoba are making a major contribution to Cigi (Canadian International Grains Institute) for the purchase of equipment in support of its applied research work that aims to add value to crops within the province as well as across Canada. Ron Kostyshyn, Manitoba Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural … continue reading →

23
Jan
2015

WINNIPEG – The Government of Canada is making a major investment in support of Cigi’s (Canadian International Grains Institute) applied research work into optimizing the nutritional quality of pulse flours through the milling process and application as value-added ingredients in commercial food products. The Hon. Gerry Ritz, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced today at … continue reading →