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  • Enhanced Agri-Food Workplace Protection Program

    Changes to the Enhanced Agri-food Workplace Protection Program are effective November 17th, and include an extended deadline, increased amount of cost-share funding, and expanded eligibility. 

  • What you need to know about invasive Spotted Lanternfly

    Ontarians who spot a tree of heaven or lanternflies can report them to the Early Detection and Distribution Mapping System

  • Drink Local!

     

    Ontario's grape growers remind you to drink local by purchasing wines grown with 100% Ontario grown grapes!

  • Canadian Grapevine Certification Network (CGCN)

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    The CGCN is a collaborative effort between the Grape Growers of Ontario, BC Wine Grape Council, Association des vignerons du Québec and the Grape Growers Association of Nova Scotia to advance the Canadian grape and wine industry by ensuring a sustainable supply of certified propagative grapevine material. 

  • Upcoming Webinars for Producers

    GGO Transition Planning webinar #2 - Wed Feb 9 @ 1 pm
    Erich Weber, OMAFRA

    Service Canada Info Sessions for TFWP Employers
    Click HERE to view dates and times

    Earn WSIB Rebates through the Health and Safety Excellence program- Thursday, February 10 at 12 noon EST

     

  • 2019-2021 Grape King

    John Fedorkow
    Fruithaven Farm

    John Fedorkow is a grape grower in St. David's and has been selected as the 2019-2021 Grape King to serve as ambassador for Ontario's grape growers. 

COVID 19 - What Growers Need to Know

During these challenging times, the Grape Growers of Ontario are committed to providing up-to-date and relevant information to our growers. Your Board of Directors remains focused on the issues affecting our industry and those that may arise due to COVID-19. Please use the links below for additional information, and contact the office at 905-688-0990 or info@grapegrowersofontario.com for assistance.

1. Pre-Arrival /Arrival/Departure of Temporary Foreign Workers

February 15, 2022 - Deadline for applications under the Enhanced Agri-Food Workplace Protection Program (EAWPP)

NEW* Provincial COVID-19 Guidance: Workplace and Living Settings for TFWs  HERE
NEW* Quick Reference Guide on Isolation and Testing for TFWs in Employer-provided housing - HERE
NEW * January 11, 2022 - Vaccine clinics re-starting at Pearson Aiport (1, 2, 3 doses available)

 

2. OMAFRA Toolkit - HERE (‘Working with farm operators to stop the spread of COVID-19 on farms’) 

3. Public Health Unit Locator - HERE

4. Steps to take if you have a confirmed positive case of COVID:

  1. Ensure your public health unit is advised - find yours HERE  (For Niagara the direct line is 905-688-8248 ext. 7330.)
  2. Advise Service Canada by email - HERE
  3. Notify WSIB (contact below) within 3 days through a Form 7 found HERE (even if unclear if it happened at work or not or if the positive happens duringthe 14-day quarantine). Kendra, Stakeholder Relations Manager, is available to help you through the process including if you have positives during the quarantine period. Mobile: 437-231-5934 e-mail: Kendra_Holliday-Bryant@wsib.on.ca
  4. Notify Ministry of Labour within 4 days HERE or by phone 1-877-202-0008. Generally, the notice should include:

o the name, address and type of business of the employer
o the period when the worker was affected
o the name and address of the worker affected
o name and address of the physician or other medical practitioner, if any, who was or is attending to the person for the illness
o the steps taken to prevent further illness

5.      Growers are also encouraged to notify F.A.R.M.S. Toll Free 1-866-271-0862 or 905-568-4500

NOTE: If you have workers who have been advised by public health as close contact with a positive COVID-19 case and are required to self-isolate longer than the initial 14-days (or at any time during their employment), they may be eligible for income support through the Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit - HERE.

5. Worker Safety Prevention Services (WSPS): 

WSPS can provide support including free review of your plans (funding until March 31, 2021) to ensure you are meeting regulatory requirements and provide additional resources found HERE

6.  Posters and Templates:

8. Instructional Videos in Spanish

  • Switch Health & ArriveCan - HERE

9. Additional links:

  • FARMS
  • OFA
  • OFVGA
  • CHC
  • CAHRC – many resources including free access to their HR Toolkit (through our membership with CHC). Sign up for a 1-year free membership HERE with the Discount code:HORTtoolkit.

Support Line for Farmer Wellness Now Live

GUELPH, Ont. (January 1, 2022) — A telehealth line to provide mental wellness support to all Ontario farmers and farm families is now live.

Through the Farmer Wellness Initiative, all farmers across Ontario and members of their farming family will have access to up to four free counselling sessions with a mental health professional. The mental health professionals have received training to understand the unique needs of Ontario farmers.

Accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, in English and French, farmers can call 1-866-267-6255 to speak to a counsellor. Developed and launched by the Canadian Mental Health Association – Ontario Division in partnership with the Ontario Federation of Agriculture, this service is provided by LifeWorks.

Ontario Cutting Wholesale Alcohol Prices to Support Restaurants and Bars

December 15, 2021 - Province of Ontario

The Ontario government is supporting businesses impacted by the pandemic and continuing to provide choice and convenience for consumers by cutting LCBO wholesale prices for bars and restaurants, enabling curbside pickup of beer, wine and cider from licensed grocery stores, and freezing the basic beer tax rate.

The government is supporting bars, restaurants and other businesses with a licence to operate a liquor consumption premises by cutting wholesale prices for the alcohol they purchase from the LCBO, saving these businesses an effective 20 per cent when compared to retail prices. This change will provide approximately $60 million in annual support to restaurants, bars and other businesses.

“Our government knows that local restaurants and bars across Ontario have done their part to keep people safe by following public health measures. We’ve committed to helping these businesses, and that’s exactly what we’re doing today,” said Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance. “A permanent wholesale discount will put about $60 million a year back into these important businesses, so they can invest in themselves and their workers.”

On-Farm Diversified Uses - Event Barns consultation

The Golden Horseshoe Food and Farming Alliance (GHFFA) is a partnership between the Regional Municipalities and Federation of Agriculture in Niagara, Peel, Halton, York, Durham and the Cities of Hamilton and Toronto as well as Conservation Authorities, the Greenbelt Fund, Durham College, Niagara College, the Holland Marsh Growers and various members of the food industry.  The GHFFA’s goal is to retain, enhance and expand the region as a globally renowned food and farming cluster (GHFFA, 2021). 
 
The GHFFA 2021- 2026 Vibrant Future Action Plan identifies the objective to develop short, plain 
language position papers to support the agri-food sector in the Golden Horseshoe.  This position paper 
explains the emerging development policies, regulations and processes aimed at establishing 
responsible event barns and answers the simple question: is it appropriate to establish event barns in 
Ontario and the Golden Horseshoe in particular?   
 
Click to view the Position Paper and related presentation.

Securing Fruit Policy coverage for Production Insurance

November 30, 2021 - Agricorp

It's application and renewal time for the Production Insurance Fruit Policy. Now is the time to review coverage options to make sure they meet the current needs of the farm business for the year ahead. New customers can contact Agricorp to apply.

Last year, we shortened renewal notices, making it easier for customers to participate and select coverage. We are continuing to improve the renewal process to better serve our customers. Read more below.

Making coverage changes?
Going forward, fruit customers have until January 1 to make coverage changes, giving them more time to understand risks for the year ahead. (For 2022, we will accept coverage changes up until January 4, due to the statutory holiday.)

2022 premium rates and program coverage options are now available on agricorp.com. Our adjusters are also available to help walk customers through their coverage options.

Premium deposit no longer required
Fruit customers are no longer required to pay a premium deposit – one less thing to do when securing coverage. Customers will receive an invoice for their full premium amount in the spring. Premiums are due May 1 (May 15 for strawberries).

Timing of 2022 renewals and more information
Fruit Policy renewal packages will be mailed later in December. If customers haven't already reported their 2021 final yield information, they need to follow up with their adjuster as soon as possible. Reporting yield is required before Agricorp can send the renewal package.

Full Fruit Policy information is available on agricorp.com
Agricorp.com has all the information needed to participate, including premium rates, important dates and other information about how the program works. Customers can simply select their commodity to find information and learn about any 2022 program updates for the commodities they grow.

 

Geographical Indications: EU-Canada Webinar Series

 

The recording of the webinar 'What's in a Label? Protecting our food identity' is now available!

=> Click here to watch the webinar: https://vimeo.com/647231590/2193feae09

=> Or log on to the platform of the Delegation of the EU to Canada to watch our entire series of webinars: https://go.b2b-2go.com/en/eu-canada-webinar-series/activity/ (View the "Webinars" to see the recordings of our webinars)

Updates to the Enhanced Agri-Food Workplace Protection Program

Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs

As of November 17, 2021, changes to the Enhanced Agri-food Workplace Protection Program will include: 

  • An extended application deadline to February 1, 2022, or until funding is fully allocated.  
  • Under the Workplace COVID-19 Prevention category:
    • An increased amount of cost-share funding for eligible expenses up to a total of $50,000 from the previous $15,000 maximum. The cost-share will continue to be 60% of the eligible expenses.
    • Expanded eligibilityto include food and beverage processors with three or more employees, agri-food industry organizations/associations, and poultry catchers/vaccinators and professional barn cleaners. 
  • Under the Responsive COVID-19 Outbreak Management category:
    • Expanded eligibility to include poultry catchers/vaccinators and professional barn cleaners. 
    • Expansion of eligible expensesto include extraordinary costs resulting from extended COVID-19 quarantine period beyond 14 days, accepted claims can date back to April 23, 2021. 

2021 Winery of the Year - Malivoire Wine Company

November 15, 2021 by David Lawrason, Wine Align

The Malivoire Wine Company, nestled among prime, maturing, sustainably farmed vineyards on Niagara’s Beamsville Bench, has been awarded “Winery of the Year” at the 2021 National Wine Awards of Canada (the 20th Anniversary of these awards). 

It is such a great outcome for a winery long beloved by Ontario wine enthusiasts as a go-to for bright, elegant and energetic wines that capture Niagara’s spirit. And among the winemaking community, few are as well-liked and respected as winemaker Shiraz Mottiar (and no, Shiraz is not a stage name). 

The victory is well earned. The incredible haul of 17 medals at the Nationals spans their repertoire, with Platinum medals for Le Coeur Gamay 2020Bisous Rosé Sparkling and a new red blend of cabernet franc and gamay called Analog Demo Series 2020 clinching the victory. 

Canada’s federal, provincial and territorial Ministers of Agriculture set the direction for the next agricultural framework

On November 11, 2021, Canada’s federal, provincial, and territorial (FPT) Ministers of Agriculture wrapped up their annual conference by issuing the “Guelph Statement”.

Ministers agreed on the sustainable agriculture approach needed to help shape the next policy framework, which includes environmental, social and economic considerations in all priority areas. The following five priority areas for the next framework: (1) climate change and the environment; (2) science, research and innovation; (3) market development and trade; (4) building sector capacity and growth; and (5) resiliency and public trust.  

Ministers also agreed to continue to improve the suite of business risk management (BRM) programs to make them timely, equitable, and easy to understand, while supporting the competitiveness and sustainability of the sector.

Additional progress was made during the conference on other key areas, including labour, African swine fever, Animal Health Canada, trade and market access, regulatory priorities (including interprovincial trade and the Canadian Plant Health Council), retail fees, and mental health.

For more information, please consult the associated Backgrounder.

Changes to Liquor Licence and Control Act, 2019

The Government of Ontario has filed regulations to modernize Ontario’s beverage alcohol legal framework. The new legal framework will come into effect on November 29, 2021. Some of the key changes are outlined below:

  • A streamlined licence so that businesses typically have a single primary licence, with endorsements for additional activities.
  • All licensed grocery stores and wine boutiques are able to offer beer, wine and cider online, as applicable, for curbside pickup at the store.
  • All licensed grocery stores and wine boutiques are permitted added flexibility for other non-alcohol products, excluding energy drinks, and products that promote immoderate consumption, to be sold in the same contiguous aisles.
  • The temporarily extended retail hours of 7:00 am to 11:00 pm are made permanent for alcohol retailers.
  • Individuals involved in the sale, service or delivery of liquor who are required to hold an AGCO Board approved training certificate (i.e. Smart Serve) are required to recertify their training every five years, effective July 1, 2022.

For further details, see the AGCO's news bulletin HERE and/or the LCBO's update HERE

The government is still reviewing additional items as part of potential future modernizations to the Liquor Licence and Control Act, 2019.