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  • Bombardier and Canadian canola stand to benefit from Chinese tariffs on U.S.

    Jul 09/18, Category general crops/grain

     MONTREAL -- Bombardier Inc. stands to gain from Chinese retaliatory duties against U.S. small aircraft, but the outlook is...

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  • All things vegan: the first festival of its kind in the region

    Jul 09/18, Category general

     More than 30 vegan vendors set up shop at Veg Fest, in front of Kitchener City Hall on Saturday. The City of Kitchener has...

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  • German farmers expect poor harvest amid drought, record heat

    Jul 06/18, Category crops/grain

    BERLIN - Germany's farmers expect a poor harvest this year due to a prolonged drought and an unusually long stretch of warm...

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  • Food businesses look to cash in on post-pot cravings with weed-free munchies

    Jul 06/18, Category general

    TORONTO - Undeterred by a ban on edibles in Canada's initial rollout of legal recreational marijuana, food companies have...

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  • Finding optimal calving time is a complex formula

    Jul 06/18, Category livestock

     Without a universally optimal time for calving, producers need to consider multiple factors before choosing the month that...

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  • Wildfire burning near Sooke explodes in size due to high winds

    Jul 05/18, Category general

    In just one day, a wildfire burning near Sooke jumped in size from 15 to 85 hectares, according to the Coastal Fire...

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  • Manitoba crop duster pilot in hospital after plane crashes in swamp

    Jul 05/18, Category general

     RUSSELL, Man. - The pilot of a crop duster is being treated in hospital for minor injuries after the plane crashed into a...

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  • Statistics Canada releases crop acreage estimates

    Jul 05/18, Category crops/grain

    Ending off the month of June, Statistics Canada revised its 2018 Canadian crop acreage estimates. The grain trade generally...

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  • Aldergrove residents say legal grow-op is loud, smelly and ruining neighbourhood

    Jul 04/18, Category crops/grain general

     Some Aldergrove residents say a government-approved cannabis farm is making their neighbourhood miserable. Steve Dreise...

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  • Taking a trip back in time

    Jul 04/18, Category general

    From CTV Kitchener's Stu Gooden: Stu takes a trip back to 1914 at the Doon Heritage Village checking out how farm life was...

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