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AgConnect is SCIC’s web-based application for reviewing and submitting AgriStability information. Available online 24/7, access your AgriStability account anytime from your home office, your kitchen table or anywhere you conduct your farming business. Complete and submit your AgriStability Program forms electronically with AgConnect. Once you log into your secure account, you will also have access to all of your historical program information including your annual Enrolment/Fee notice, benefit history, record of form submissions and detailed Calculation of Benefits.

AgConnect can be utilized by Corporations, Co-operatives and Other Entities to submit their information for both AgriStability and AgriInvest. By utilizing AgConnect the information is automatically loaded into AgriStability systems and is sent directly to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada for the Agri-Invest Program, resulting in quicker processing.

Plus, when you complete information through AgConnect, SCIC's computer system is updated immediately. This means work on your file can begin much sooner, resulting in quicker processing of your application.

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In Saskatchewan, SCIC has administered the AgriStability Program since the 2009 program year. However, AgriInvest is administered by Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. The information submitted by corporations, cooperatives and other entities for AgriStability is collected by SCIC and forwarded for the AgriInvest Program. AgriInvest helps you manage small income declines and provides support for investments to mitigate risks or improve market income. To learn more about AgriInvest visit their website or call the federal toll-free line at 1-866-367-8506.

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Canada Revenue Agency (CRA)

Canada Revenue Agency website and related tax forms for the AgriStability Program.

CRA Website T1163 Statement A T1164 Statement B