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Farming is often a family business, which can make it difficult for new farmers to establish themselves. What does this mean in Canadian agriculture, where a majority of the farming community is white? A member of our research team, Abdul-Rahim Abdulai, recently shared his experience with being a Black farmer in Canada and how diversity is the key to success for the industry in this article from the Globe & Mail. 


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