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  • Boosting mental health improves overall health

    Dec 19/19, Category general

    There’s no doubt stress affects mental health, from impacting concentration and decision-making abilities to causing severe...

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  • IF 68: The Farm CEO w/Kelly Dobson

    Dec 18/19, Category impact farming

    STREAM PODCAST LIVE All our episodes are available on the following popular audio and video...

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  • Oil pumpjacks and the changing Alberta landscape

    Dec 18/19, Category general

    Driving west across the Prairies on the Trans-Canada highway during a summer road trip, the prevalence of oil pumpjacks are...

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  • Barn fire west of Edmonton causes $4M in damage

    Dec 18/19, Category general livestock

    EDMONTON -- Fire destroyed a barn west of Edmonton on Tuesday morning. The blaze broke out at Corey Jespersen’s farm off...

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  • Joint ownership useful but risky

    Dec 18/19, Category general

    Enacting joint ownership for property and other assets is a common tactic in estate planning. It’s easy to implement,...

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  • Conservation officers shoot black bear that ate Christmas cake, poultry

    Dec 17/19, Category general

    MAPLE RIDGE -- People living in a rural Maple Ridge neighbourhood have reported a black bear that has a craving for poultry...

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  • Hunter brothers aim for Canadian gold at world juniors

    Dec 17/19, Category general

    LONDON, ONT. -- The Hunter brothers are bringing their brand of hockey to the world stage. "We like skill and lots of...

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  • B.C. mining company allowed to write own environmental report in U.S.

    Dec 16/19, Category general

    BOISE, IDAHO -- Documents show the U.S. Forest Service allowing a Canadian company to write a key environmental report on...

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  • B.C. food producers generated record $15B in revenue in 2018, province says

    Dec 16/19, Category general

    VANCOUVER -- 2018 was a banner year for agriculture in British Columbia, according to data released by the provincial...

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  • Put your thinking tuque on; N.S. offering $126K for wild blueberry innovations

    Dec 16/19, Category general crops/grain

    HALIFAX -- Wild blueberries are Nova Scotia's leading agricultural export and the provincial government is looking for new...

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