Wednesday April 23, 2014



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National Agriculture


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Union warns of reduced meat inspections, more food fraud in Vancouver

VANCOUVER - Canada's food safety system is being pushed beyond its limits, warns the union representing federal food inspectors, which singles out Vancouver area-consumers as potentially the most at risk....

posted: April 22,2014





National Agriculture

CN Rail maintains growth outlook for 2014 on Q1 results and spring thaw

MONTREAL - The spring thaw from the coldest winter in decades is feeding hope that Canadian National Railway, the country's largest rail company, will meet forecast earnings growth in 2014 despite weather-related challenges earlier in the...


ICE Futures Canada Tuesday: Canola futures prices lower, barley higher

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ICE Futures Canada Monday: Canola futures prices lower, barley unchanged

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ICE Futures Canada Thursday: Canola futures prices lower, barley lower

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Ottawa, Saskatchewan, fund plan to help keep deadly pig virus out of province

REGINA - The federal and Saskatchewan governments are spending $200,000 to help keep a virus that kills baby pigs out of the province....


ICE Futures Canada Thursday: Canola futures prices mostly higher, barley mostly higher

WINNIPEG - ICE Futures Canada closing prices:...







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