The country's agriculture minister is not planning on holding a plebiscite anytime soon on the future of the Canadian Wheat Board.

Chuck Strahl qualifies that statement by saying he has no plans on bringing in any legislative changes to the board either.

He notes the work being done right now does not require either.

Strahl adds what's taking place is the design of what the C.W.B. would look like in a marketing choice environment.

He says it boils down to fulfilling a campaign promise through due diligence.

Strahl adds the next step on the path to marketing choice will be the work conducted by the taskforce he convened this week.

It will identify technical and transitional issues regarding how the canadian wheat board could operate in a marketing choice environment.