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  • Why you've been in the dark about making your poinsettia bloom again

    Dec 28/18, Category general

    So you want to keep that poinsettia alive and blooming for next year's holiday season? It's an uphill battle, but it can be...

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  • Horse reappears near Alta. farm three months after going missing

    Dec 28/18, Category general

    Three months after Molly the Clydesdale horse mysteriously went missing from its pen on a farm in Evansburg, Alta., near...

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  • Management shakeup at Manitoba-based pot producer after Health Canada recalls

    Dec 28/18, Category general

    WINNIPEG - An investigation has determined that bullying by senior managers at a Winnipeg-based cannabis producer and...

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  • Out of a job in the oil industry? Consider moving to Grande Prairie

    Dec 27/18, Category general

    Lucrative jobs in Alberta's oilsands may have dried up, but in Grande Prairie, signs of economic opportunity abound. Spend...

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  • Spread of invasive species in Canada costs billions, changes environment

    Dec 27/18, Category general

    VANCOUVER -- For two decades experts have been carefully nursing a community of endangered northern leopard frogs in B.C.'s...

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  • Manitoba-based cannabis producer faces another round of Health Canada recalls

    Dec 27/18, Category general

    WINNIPEG -- A Winnipeg-based cannabis producer is facing another round of recalls for marijuana sold in Manitoba and...

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  • Potato supply will be tight this year, says farm group

    Dec 21/18, Category crops/grain

    Newer retail customers may see some of their potato orders coming up short come summer, says the United Potato Growers of...

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  • How to 'bee-friendly' in your neighbourhood; Pollinator expert speaks in Thunder Bay

    Dec 21/18, Category general

    'Common wisdom' suggest bees contributed to 1 of every 3 mouthfuls of food we eat Heather Mattila, who grew up in Thunder...

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  • Starting a farm with sound advice

    Dec 21/18, Category general

    The following is Part 1 of a fictional case study created by BDO Canada. It was a big day for Jeremy – and it was a long...

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  • USDA doesn’t want people to eat ‘cannibal’ sandwiches this holiday season

    Dec 20/18, Category general

    If you were planning on indulging in some cannibal sandwiches over the holidays, health officials with the U.S. Department...

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