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  • Sask. premier suggests Trudeau withhold funding for B.C. over pipeline dispute

    May 17/18

    REGINA -- Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is calling on the Prime Minister to get tough with British Columbia over its...

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  • Fields of dollars: Soaring farmland prices threaten future of farming in Canada

    May 17/18

    The average price of farmland in Canada has more than doubled in the last 10 years, leading to concerns about the future of...

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  • Latest grain stock figures show little wiggle room

    May 17/18

    Statistics Canada released its estimates of Canadian crop stocks as of March 31, 2018. Wheat and barley supplies were lower...

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  • 'There is a problem': Will B.C. try to block mega-mansions on protected farmland?

    May 16/18

    Critics are calling for the province to step in after a Metro Vancouver city council opted not to block mega-mansions from...

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  • Province launches app to keep Albertans informed on fire bans

    May 16/18

    The Alberta government has launched an app to help Albertans keep track of fire bans in the province. The Alberta Fire Bans...

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  • Manitoba beekeepers seeing population losses during difficult year

    May 16/18

    It’s only May, but 2018 is already stacking up to be a difficult year for bee populations and beekeepers in...

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  • CPTPP: An exciting opportunity for Canadian red meat

    May 15/18

    Throughout May, FCC Ag Economics will explore the CPTPP and how it intersects with several Canadian agri-food sectors. Last...

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  • Existential debate in food industry: What is meat?

    May 15/18

    Can a hamburger or steak be labeled "meat" if it is plant-based? That question has sparked a debate about U.S....

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  • Three Strathcona County farms evacuated, fire advisory still in effect

    May 15/18

    Officials with Strathcona County said more than a dozen firefighters were still working to put out a wildfire in the...

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  • Goat yoga returns to Manitoba farm

    May 14/18

    Goat yoga is back for a second season at a Manitoba farm. Aurora Farm began offering yoga sessions with baby goats last...

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