Alberta bees are soaring.

Keeping Alberta’s honey bees healthy and productive, and our honey pure and natural, is the work of many hands. Keep up-to-date on all the latest information and updates that impact the Alberta beekeeping and honey industry via the ABC blog:

Bee import delays puts honey, canola and blueberries at risk

For immediate release EDMONTON, April 6, 2021 – With the spring farming season close at hand, an irreplaceable agricultural resource is in dangerously low supply. COVID-related shipping and inspection delays have left Alberta beekeepers far short of the numbers of honeybees they’ll need for 2021. The Alberta Beekeepers Commission (ABC) is calling for urgent action....

Alberta Bee News Magazine – April 2021

We’re pleased to share the April 2021 edition of Alberta Bee News Magazine! Read the April 2021 edition of Alberta Bee News Magazine online now by clicking HERE. TO DOWNLOAD, PLEASE CLICK THE DOWNLOAD ICON AT THE TOP LEFT. 

Why Alberta beekeepers need foreign AND local workers

Why Alberta beekeepers need foreign AND local workers By Kieran Brett, for Alberta Beekeepers Commission There’s a lot of talk about reserving agricultural jobs for Canadians, rather than inviting foreign workers in. In this special report from Alberta Beekeepers Commission, we check in on two Alberta honey operations and their local and foreign staff, to...

Year of the Beekeeper: True North Apiary

  Owners: Barbara and Justin Sorenson Location: Calmar, Alberta Social info: Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Question:      How did you get involved in this sweet industry – what’s your story? Answer: Our bee farm began in 2012 when I started hobby beekeeping with two packages of bees. After having success over several seasons, I decided...