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Anthony Ellis: Root Farms and Vegetable Farm

anthony ellis: Hailing from Jamaica, Anthony Ellis, too, has three teenage children and the same agricultural roots as a helper on his father's vegetable farm back home, when he is not working for Oulton in Canada, according to Toronto Star. Jamaican migrant farm worker Anthony Ellis appears in one of the videos by the Canadian Horticultural Council meant to pay tribute to the hard labour of migrant workers. He followed in his grandparents' steps and runs the 300-acre Tap Root Farms in Port Williams, an hour's drive from Halifax. Canadian Horticultural Council The two men not only share an employer-employee relationship but are family and now the poster boys of a social media campaign by the Canadian Horticultural Council to raise public awareness of Canadian agriculture and pay tribute to the hard labour of migrant workers like Ellis. I'm working with a wonderful boss, paused Ellis, 40, before correcting himself. The campaign builds on a couple dozen short videos profiling the stories of migrants workers and their employers. ( As reported in the news.