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  • Canola group demands Ottawa 'consider all available options' in China seed dispute

    Apr 18/19, Category crops/grain

    China's refusal thus far to accept a Canadian delegation to work out a solution to an ongoing canola seed trade dispute...

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  • Tips to revitalize your grasslands

    Apr 18/19, Category livestock

    Pastures can become unproductive after successive years of continuous grazing with little to no rest or recovery time, but...

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  • Fresh flour mills nurture connection between consumers and farmers

    Apr 18/19, Category general crops/grain

    In a small warehouse near the southern edge of Vancouver, a man scoops freshly milled flour into brown paper bags stamped...

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  • Impact Farming Show - Kellie Garrett - Coaching for Farmers

    Apr 17/19, Category impact farming

    On this episode of Impact Farming, we sit down with Kellie Garrett, to discuss coaching for farmers. Coaching has grown...

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  • Major upsets in the Alberta election

    Apr 17/19, Category general

    Tuesday’s provincial election in Alberta had dozens of seats change hands between the United Conservatives and NDP. Below...

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  • New stat holiday, whales in captivity: private members' bills to watch

    Apr 17/19, Category general

    OTTAWA – With just 35 sitting days left in the House of Commons, and a maximum of 40 in the Senate, the legislative...

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  • With P.E.I. election a week away, many Islanders say they want government to 'work with us'

    Apr 17/19, Category general

    With the provincial election just a week away, many residents of Prince Edward Island are calling on the next government to...

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  • An 'alpacalypse' of adorable: Why everyone from millennials to seniors are flocking to Sask. alpaca farms

    Apr 16/19, Category general livestock

    Alpacas might be funny-looking creatures, but they have a special magic, according to one Saskatchewan farmer — and it's...

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  • Fire out, organ intact but work ahead for charred Notre Dame Cathedral

    Apr 16/19, Category general

    PARIS -- Firefighters declared success Tuesday morning in an over 12-hour battle to extinguish an inferno engulfing Paris'...

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  • Ottawa says it will sell back Mirabel land expropriated for airport in 1969

    Apr 16/19, Category general

    MIRABEL, Que. - The Canadian government made a "big mistake" in 1969 when it expropriated thousands of hectares of land...

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