Yearly Archives: 2012

The Paterson GlobalFoods Institute at Red River College Receives Federal Government Support

Manitoba’s food industry will soon gain an advantage thanks to Harper Government funding announced today by the Honourable Lynne Yelich, Minister of State for Western Economic Diversification. “Our Government’s top priority is creating jobs, growth and long-term prosperity”, said Minister Yelich. “This investment will help ensure the right conditions to develop, test, and commercialize products […]

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Paterson Grain Announces a Grand Opening Celebration for its New Long Plain Terminal at Gleichen, AB

Paterson Grain is pleased to announce the opening of its newest Inland Export Terminal. Officially named Long Plain Terminal, the facility is located along the Trans Canada Highway just east of Gleichen, AB where Highway 901 meets the Trans Canada Highway. Paterson will celebrate the opening of this new ultra modern facility with area producers […]

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Paterson Grain’s New Long Plain Terminal Loads its First Unit Train in May of 2012

Paterson Grain is pleased to announce that the new Long Plain terminal has begun grain shipments with the loading of its first unit train in May of 2012. Long Plain is Paterson’s ninth inland grain terminal and is located at Gleichen, Alberta. Long Plain loaded its first 112 car unit train on the new loop […]

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Paterson to distribute seed for biofuel crop

Grain handler Paterson Grain has been tapped to handle contracting and distribution for Canada’s first commercial variety of an oilseed aimed at the biofuel processing market. Saskatoon-based Agrisoma Biosciences on Tuesday named Winnipeg’s Paterson as its long-term partner for identity-preserved distribution of Resonance, a carinata variety developed for the Prairies’ brown soil zone.

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A Letter to Our Valued Customers

March 27, 2012 To Our Valued Customers, Recently, a large foreign multi-national corporation announced the proposed purchase of Viterra. This change may cause some to be concerned about the future of grain handling in Western Canada. I am writing to assure you that the Paterson family remains fully committed to agriculture across the Prairies and […]

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