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  • RCMP charge southern Alberta man after woman's horses sold to slaughterhouse

    May 03/18

    STIRLING, Alta. -- A man in southern Alberta is facing charges after a woman's two horses were sold to a slaughterhouse and...

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  • Legalizing cannabis: Senate committee recommends banning homegrown product

    May 03/18

    A senate committee is recommending that federal law should specify that the provinces have the power to decide whether or...

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  • Here's what Canadian farmers are planning to plant this year

    May 03/18

    Statistics Canada released its first Canadian acreage estimates for the 2018 growing season, drawn from a survey of 11,600...

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  • Fire crews and farmers battle grass fire southeast of Three Hills

    May 02/18

    An afternoon grass fire west of Drumheller prompted officials to close two highways after the blaze jumped Highway...

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  • U.S. creamery concocts pork roll-flavoured ice cream

    May 02/18

    FREDON TOWNSHIP, N.J. -- A New Jersey dairy farm says it hopes customers will like its new ice cream flavour incorporating...

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  • CPTPP: A new chapter for Canadian agriculture and food exports

    May 02/18

    On March 8, 2018, some of the world’s largest food and agricultural traders signed a new trade deal, called the...

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  • Saskatchewan farmers seeding more wheat, less canola in 2018

    May 01/18

    Saskatchewan farmers are expected to seed their largest wheat crop in five years. Statistics Canada reported Friday...

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  • Free stud service part of push to save Newfoundland ponies

    May 01/18

    A horse owner in Harbour Grace is offering up three of his stallions in a free breeding program to increase the Newfoundland...

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  • Women in Canada are choosing farming careers but barriers persist

    May 01/18

    It was Nicole Fossheim's grandfather who first decided to set down roots near Edson, Alta., and start a family farm. Her dad...

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  • Cattle-rearing accountant investigated for possibly fudging 1,400 tax returns

    Apr 30/18

    Mohamed Ali Jesow is bit of a Renaissance man: He speaks three languages, has an American accounting degree, ran a tax...

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