FCC is accountable to our customers and our stakeholders through open dialogue and honest communication. Learn more about the business of FCC through our reports.

Annual Report

The Annual Report highlights FCC’s business achievements, financial outcomes and commitment to advance the business of agriculture.

Quarterly Financial Report

The Quarterly Financial Report shows financial results, risks and significant changes regarding operations, personnel and programs for each quarter of FCC’s fiscal year.




Corporate Plan

The Corporate Plan outlines FCC’s corporate objectives and strategies for providing products and solutions tailored to the unique needs Canadian agriculture.

Corporate Social Responsibility Report

The annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report measures FCC’s progress in key areas and features stories about how FCC is making a positive difference.

Auditor General of Canada Reports

The Office of the Auditor General of Canada performs special examinations and financial audits of FCC. The examination provides an independent opinion to the Board of Directors regarding the safety and control of assets, management of resources and efficiency of operations. The last special examination took place in 2012.

Farmland Values Report

The FCC Farmland Values Report is the principal source of land values information in Canada and is updated annually. Get an overview of recent farmland value trends in each province and nationally.

FCC Ag Economics: The 2015 Beef Sector Report

FCC Ag Economics: A 2014 Look at Global Trade

A successful Canadian economy relies on trade; agriculture and agri-food are no different.

Canada is well-positioned as a major player in the world agricultural and agri-food markets. In order to stay that way, we need to remain competitive in strong export markets, while creating new opportunities among more affluent populations and the expanding middle class in developing markets.

FCC Ag Economics: A 2014 look at global trade, focuses on Canada’s primary agriculture and agri-food manufacturing and the competitiveness of these sectors relative to other key agriculture and agri-food economies.

Travel and Hospitality Expenses for President and CEO

The following lists travel and hospitality expenses for the Chief Executive Officer. Expenses are reported by month, with running totals for the year shown at the bottom of each table.

Current President and CEO Reports