Grain production in Canada is as varied as our land and population. According to Statistics Canada, Canada’s major grain crops in 2016 included:

  • wheat (durum, spring and winter)
  • canola
  • corn for grain
  • barley
  • soybeans
  • lentils
  • oats
  • flaxseed
  • mustard seed
  • canary seed
  • chickpeas
  • sunflower seed
  • smaller crops such as quinoa, peas and various pulses.

Grain is grown in every province across the country and crops are produced based on their regional suitability. Visit our links and members pages to find out more about the individual crops in each region.

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