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Agriculture

Jan Slomp acclaimed as NFU President at 46th National Convention

Saskatoon - Jan Slomp was returned as President of the National Farmers Union (NFU), elected by acclamation at its 46th annual National Convention held in London, Ontario, November 26 to 28, 2015.

Also acclaimed were:
- Hilary Moore (Ontario) as NFU 1st Vice-President (Policy).
- Coral Sproule (Ontario) as NFU Women’s President.
- Toby Malloy (Alberta) as NFU Women’s Vice-President.
- Ayla Fenton (Ontario) as NFU Youth President.
- Dana Penrice (Alberta) as NFU Youth Vice-President.
- Glenn Tait (Saskatchewan) was elected as NFU 2nd Vice-President (Operations).

The National Farmers Union was founded in 1969. It is a non-partisan, democratic, direct-membership family farm organization working for domestic and international policy environments that support small and medium sized farmers to be the primary producers of safe, healthy food in sustainable production systems.

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