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  • Q & A: Meet the woman championing mental health for Canadian farmers

    Jan 29/20, Category general

    REGINA -- Lesley Kelly is a speaker, podcast host, blogger, co-founder of the Do More Agriculture Foundation and creator of...

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  • Mosaic Company laying off more staff at Colonsay, Sask., potash mine

    Jan 29/20, Category general

    COLONSAY, Sask. - The Mosaic Company says it is laying off more staff as it idles its Colonsay potash mine north of...

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  • ‘Still room’ left in Alberta’s booming brewing and distilling industry: brewery founder

    Jan 28/20, Category general

    Alberta’s craft brewing and distilling industries have been experiencing a boom at a time when the province’s economy hasn’t...

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  • Sask. farming family out hundreds of thousands of dollars in apparent case of identity theft

    Jan 28/20, Category general livestock

    PEEBLES -- A Saskatchewan farming family says they have lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after someone stole their...

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  • France to ban systematic culling of male chicks: minister

    Jan 28/20, Category livestock

    PARIS, FRANCE -- France is to ban from the end of 2021 the hugely controversial but widespread poultry industry practice of...

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  • Remembering Kobe Bryant: Condolences pour in after NBA legend's death

    Jan 27/20, Category general

    TORONTO -- Former U.S. President Barack Obama, Drake, Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal are among the thousands sharing...

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  • Agriculture groups raise concerns about provincial cuts

    Jan 27/20, Category general

    The Alberta government is looking at ways to change how it conducts agriculture research at the same time it has laid off...

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  • China has temporarily banned its wildlife trade because of the coronavirus outbreak

    Jan 27/20, Category general

    BEIJING -- Chinese authorities announced a temporary ban on the trade of wild animals Sunday following a viral outbreak in...

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  • Manitoba grain farmers pay nearly $1.7M in carbon tax

    Jan 24/20, Category crops/grain

    WINNIPEG -- Manitoba grain farmers are asking to be exempt from a federal carbon tax, saying the tax means farmers are...

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  • Hydro looking for who caused $10K worth of damage and left the scene

    Jan 24/20, Category general

    WINNIPEG -- Manitoba Hydro is looking for the person responsible for damaging a hydro pole in Transcona, knocking out power...

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