Ontario Federation of Agriculture president re-elected for fourth term

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Incumbent Keith Currie has been re-elected as president of the Ontario Federation of Agriculture, currently holding its annual general meeting at Hamilton, Ont.

Currie received the nod after an election with challenger and current vice-president of OFA, Peggy Brekveld.

Currie has served three, one-year terms as president. In his acceptance speech, Currie said, “You would not have made a bad choice today, and I will look forward to continue working alongside (Peggy).”