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  • Trudeau says he's encouraged by what he calls NAFTA progress

    Aug 29/18, Category general

    LONGUEUIL, Que. - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he has been encouraged by what he calls the progress made by Canada's...

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  • Dairy looms as 11th hour NAFTA irritant as Trump advisers press for concessions

    Aug 29/18, Category general

    OTTAWA - Canada's protected supply-managed dairy industry emerged as a major 11th-hour irritant as the Trudeau government...

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  • Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week

    Aug 28/18

    TORONTO - Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world in the coming week: More beats for banks? Bank of...

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  • Victoria charity seeks donations for animals in wildfire-stricken parts of B.C.

    Aug 28/18, Category general

    As much of B.C. continues to burn in the province's second-worst wildfire season on record, a local non-profit wants to...

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  • China's African swine fever outbreak could cross borders, UN warns

    Aug 28/18, Category livestock

    BEIJING - An outbreak of African swine fever in China could jump the border to neighbouring countries in Southeast Asia or...

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  • Cannabis spending grew 1.2 per cent in Q2 to $5.7 billion annualized: StatCan

    Aug 27/18, Category general

    OTTAWA - Statistics Canada says Canadian spending on cannabis increased 1.2 per cent to $5.7 billion on an annualized basis...

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  • Nova Scotia orders millions of grams of cannabis ahead of October legalization

    Aug 27/18, Category general

    HALIFAX - Nova Scotia's cannabis retailer has placed its first orders for recreational weed — 3.75 million grams...

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  • To spray or not to spray? 2 farmers weigh in on the pesticide vs. organic debate

    Aug 27/18, Category general

    The agriculture world has been abuzz with not one but three heated debates around pesticide and herbicide use in the past...

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  • Union calls for Canada to buy back Canadian Wheat Board from Saudis over spat

    Aug 24/18, Category crops/grain

    OTTAWA - A union representing transportation workers in Churchill, Man., is calling on Ottawa to buy back the Canadian Wheat...

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  • How to protect pastures in dry times

    Aug 24/18, Category livestock general

    Dry conditions in various parts of Canada means some pastures are in rough shape, experts say. So much so, there's talk...

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