News Releases

    • Jul 26, 2019

    Farm Credit Canada (FCC) and File Hills Qu’Appelle (FHQ) Developments LP today announced a partnership agreement that will involve the construction of a greenhouse to address food security issues and supply traditional herbal medicines to community members.

    • Jun 24, 2019

    With weather and trade challenges impacting producers across the country, Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is reminding customers that Canada’s leading agriculture lender is here to support them through these uncertain times.

    • Jun 04, 2019

    Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is contributing $100,000 to school meal programs across Canada as part of FCC Drive Away Hunger.

    • Apr 29, 2019

    Average farmland value in Canada continued its steady climb in 2018, driven by fewer, but more strategic investments by producers.

    • Apr 12, 2019

    Farm Credit Canada (FCC) is contributing to the vitality of Canada’s official languages. This year, $50,000 was awarded to 23 minority language projects across Canada.

    • Mar 12, 2019

    Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Marie-Claude Bibeau announced FCC’s new Women Entrepreneur Program to support women entrepreneurs involved in the agriculture and agri-food sector by providing the capital they need to grow their business, along with the meaningful skill development opportunities they are seeking.

    • Feb 27, 2019

    Minister MacAulay unveiled FCC’s new Starter Loan to help young borrowers involved in the agriculture sector access the financial capital and knowledge they need to start and grow their business.

    • Feb 05, 2019

    Farmers are cautious when it comes to sharing their data, but that doesn’t mean they don’t appreciate the potential for agriculture information technology to improve their farm operations, according to a recent Farm Credit Canada (FCC) survey.

    • Jan 07, 2019

    In keeping with Farm Credit Canada’s (FCC) commitment to providing timely and relevant economic insights to Canada’s agriculture industry, FCC chief agricultural economist J.P. Gervais shares five key economic trends in agriculture to watch in 2019.