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  • Steel, aluminum tariffs to be lifted in ‘next few weeks’: ambassador

    Feb 22/19, Category general

    The steel and aluminum tariffs imposed on Canada by U.S. President Donald Trump should be lifted “in the next few weeks,”...

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  • Nutrien CEO explains decision to move 2 executives to Saskatoon in 2019

    Feb 22/19, Category general

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  • Farmers, environmentalists extend 4R fertilizer partnership another 3 years

    Feb 21/19, Category crops/grain

    Farmers, environmentalists and Fertilizer Canada announced Wednesday they will extend a partnership that began in 2012 to...

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  • Wheat markets face challenges

    Feb 21/19, Category crops/grain

    United States winter wheat futures markets tumbled so far in February, they are now down into contract lows. Minneapolis...

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  • Follow the cow - A look at Canada's beef supply chain (Part 1)

    Feb 21/19, Category livestock

    The U.S. border is within sight from the Ross’ comfortable home. Owned by Chad Ross and his family, the L-7 Land &...

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  • Impact Farming Show - Terry Betker - The Top 3 Mistakes That Farmers Make

    Feb 20/19, Category impact farming

    On this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Terry Betker, to discuss the top 3 financial mistakes that farmers are...

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  • Tilray to acquire hemp food company Manitoba Harvest for up to $419M

    Feb 20/19, Category general

    Cannabis producer Tilray Inc. has signed a deal to acquire Hemp Hearts-maker Manitoba Harvest for up to $419 million in cash...

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  • Saying sorry: CN apologizes to Manitoba rancher for oil spill after derailment

    Feb 20/19, Category general

    ST-LAZARE, Man. - A top CN executive telephoned a Manitoba rancher on Monday to apologize after one of the company's trains...

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  • Fire damages greenhouse operation of Quebec's largest flower producer

    Feb 20/19, Category general

    LAVAL, Que. - Fire has ravaged a Laval, Que., greenhouse operation that bills itself as the province's largest producer of...

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  • Pork producers heading to Africa for poultry project

    Feb 19/19, Category livestock

    The Skinner family is spending Family Day planning a trip to Kenya. The Perth County pork producers are trying to start a...

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