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  • IF 66: Need To Chat Mental Health? w/Sylvia Massinon

    Dec 04/19, Category impact farming

    In this week’s episode, we speak to Sylvia Massinon, a Social Worker & Educator, about resources available to farmers...

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  • B.C. community opens solar farm 100 per cent owned and operated by First Nation

    Dec 04/19, Category general

    The chief of a small Indigenous community in British Columbia’s Interior says he expects the power to go on any day now for...

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  • Suncor reports flat 2020 oil budget as company approves $300M wind farm project

    Dec 04/19, Category general

    CALGARY -- Oilsands giant Suncor Energy Inc. says it will keep capital spending related to its oil operations flat next year...

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  • Reeve asking for more compensation for canola producers

    Dec 04/19, Category crops/grain finance

    REGINA -- The Reeve of the RM of Lipton is asking the provincial government to take action and compensate canola producers...

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  • Ontario introduces bill to protect farmers from animal rights activists

    Dec 03/19, Category livestock general

    TORONTO -- New legislation introduced Monday in Ontario would create so-called "animal protection zones" with increased...

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  • Food safety regulator cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

    Dec 03/19, Category general

    The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has cancelled the licenses of three companies tied to a massive meat recall that...

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  • Diversifying crop export markets: Has Canada reached its limit?

    Dec 03/19, Category crops/grain general

    Diversifying export markets can help mitigate ag producers’ risk. This is important in Canada, a country which depends so...

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  • Gun slinging for charity, 50th anniversary logo unveiled at last day of Agribition

    Dec 02/19, Category general

    REGINA -- The final day of the Canadian Western Agribition saw preparations begin for the 50th anniversary of the event and...

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  • Competition Bureau approves La Coop federee purchase of Quebec pork processor

    Dec 02/19, Category livestock

    MONTREAL - Quebec's largest agri-food company, La Coop federee, says the Competition Bureau of Canada has given the green...

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  • N.L. farmers feel powerless against hungry moose destroying their crops

    Dec 02/19, Category crops/grain general

    ST. JOHN'S, N.L. - Hungry moose have been taking a bite out of the profits of farmers in Newfoundland, prompting calls for...

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