Company Overview of Canterra Seeds Holdings Ltd.
Canterra Seeds Holdings Ltd. purchases, produces, and distributes seed varieties and related technologies in Western Canada, and the Great Northern Plains and Pacific Northwest of the United States. Its products include canola, cereals, pulses, flax, and specialty crops. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Winnipeg, Canada.
201-1475 Chevrier Boulevard
Winnipeg, MB R3T 1Y7
Founded in 1996
Key Executives for Canterra Seeds Holdings Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chairman of the Board and Vice President of Saskatchewan
Chief Financial Officer and Corporate Controller
Director of Operations & Business Development
Vice President of Alberta
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Canterra Seeds Holdings Ltd. Key Developments
CANTERRA SEEDS Announces Resignation of Chad Wonderling from the Board
Sep 28 15
CANTERRA SEEDS announced that Mr. Chad Wonderling, representative of Ceres Global Ag Corp., has resigned from the board of company to make way for these new appointees.
CANTERRA SEEDS and Vilmorin Et Cie Launch Limagrain Cereals Research Canada
Jul 2 15
CANTERRA SEEDS and LIMAGRAIN, through its listed company Vilmorin Et Cie S.A., announced an agreement to establish a new cereal breeding and development partnership, Limagrain Cereals Research Canada, to be located in Saskatoon, SK. Limagrain Cereals will bring significant added value to western Canadian agriculture by developing new varieties of cereals, with a specific focus on wheat, using the most advanced technologies currently available. This joint venture was made possible with the passing of Bill C-18, which amended Plant Breeders' Rights Act to make Canada compliant with the 1991 International Convention for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants (UPOV '91).
Canterra Holdings Ltd. Announces Amendments to Articles
May 14 15
Canterra Holdings Ltd. announced that it is amending its articles of amalgamation to remove the following provisions respecting its Class A Shares and Class B Shares: (i) the share transfer restrictions requiring Class A shareholders and Class B shareholders to obtain the approval of the board of directors of CANTERRA prior to transferring or otherwise disposing of Class A Shares or Class B Shares; and (ii) the restrictions on the ownership of Class A Shares that provide that not more than 49% of the Class A Shares can be held by shareholders who do not hold seed license agreements with CANTERRA. The amendments were approved by special resolutions of the shareholders of CANTERRA at a special meeting of the shareholders held on May 12, 2015.
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