CRFA RSS feeds make it easy for you to stay up-to-date on the latest industry news and research posted on CRFA.ca.
The following options are available:
|Home page news||http://www.crfa.ca/rss.xml|
|CRFA news releases||http://www.crfa.ca/aboutcrfa/newsroom/rss.xml|
What are RSS feeds?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) is a way to deliver and receive up-to-date web-based content. These RSS feeds allow feed subscribers to receive content updates from websites and view that content through applications called “RSS readers.”
For more information about RSS feeds, visit whatisrss.com.
How can I access RSS feeds?
The most common way to view RSS feeds on your computer is to use an RSS reader (see below). Once you have an RSS reader set up on your computer, simply copy the RSS feed’s URL and paste it into the appropriate field in your RSS reader.
An alternative to downloading and installing an RSS reader on your computer is to use a web-based RSS or news reader such as Google Reader.
Where can I find an RSS/news reader?
There are many RSS/news readers available online. Some can be downloaded for free, while for others there is a charge for more customizable options. Note that some readers will work better on different operating systems. To find an RSS/news reader online, search on “RSS” or “news reader” combined with the name of your operating system.