Surviving by a Trickle: The farmer’s fight to secure water and save greenspace 

Doug Wilson is a mild-mannered, disarming, and welcoming farmer in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan  by Brendan Rolfe – Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) He is a bit of throwback to…
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Avian flu cases being underreported

British Columbia reported 21 cases of avian flu last week, more than anywhere else in Canada  CTV News But according to the founder of Elizabeth’s Wildlife Centre, who has seen…
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Surviving by a Trickle: The farmer’s fight to secure water and save greenspace 

Doug Wilson is a mild-mannered, disarming, and welcoming farmer in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan  by Brendan Rolfe - Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) He ...

Avian flu cases being underreported

British Columbia reported 21 cases of avian flu last week, more than anywhere else in Canada  CTV News But according to the founder of ...

Global Beef Market Expected to Grow 4.7% by 2030

Key players in the global beef market, including Tyson Foods, Inc., Danish Crown, and Cargill, Incorporation are focusing on retaining their market share by ...

SHIC Domestic Swine Disease Monitoring Report Extended for 2023

The Board of Directors of the Swine Health Information Center has extended the publication of SHIC's Domestic Swine Disease Monitoring Report for another year ...

Veterinary professor at USask launches bovine health podcast

A University of Saskatchewan (USask) beef cattle specialist at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine (WCVM) has launched a new podcast that gives listeners ...

BCRC appoints new executive committee

During a November 2022 BCRC meeting held in Guelph, Ontario, a new executive committee was named to provide leadership for the Council over the ...

B.C. government ‘doing everything’ it can to stop spread of bird flu, minister says

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Canadian Soccer adds partner Maple Leaf Foods

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Visualizing America’s Most Popular Fast Food Chains

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Surviving by a Trickle: The farmer’s fight to secure water and save greenspace 

Doug Wilson is a mild-mannered, disarming, and welcoming farmer in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan  by Brendan Rolfe – Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) He is a bit of throwback to…

Avian flu cases being underreported

British Columbia reported 21 cases of avian flu last week, more than anywhere else in Canada  CTV News But according to the founder of Elizabeth’s Wildlife Centre, who has seen…

Global Beef Market Expected to Grow 4.7% by 2030

Key players in the global beef market, including Tyson Foods, Inc., Danish Crown, and Cargill, Incorporation are focusing on retaining their market share by improving product offerings to attract consumers…

SHIC Domestic Swine Disease Monitoring Report Extended for 2023

The Board of Directors of the Swine Health Information Center has extended the publication of SHIC’s Domestic Swine Disease Monitoring Report for another year   by Bruce Cochrane – Farmscape.ca…

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Supply-managed sectors to receive compensation for the impacts of the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA)

This investment will help dairy, poultry and egg processors and producers make key investments and improve their operations to be even more productive and sustainable Newswire     While visiting…

Trade ties, global economics on table as Trudeau arrives in Thailand for APEC

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is now in Thailand for his third international summit in less than a week as Canada tries to expand its trade relationships in Asia The Canadian…

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada launches African Swine Fever prevention and preparedness program 

Starting today, eligible organizations can apply for funding under the Government of Canada’s African Swine Fever Industry Preparedness Program (ASFIPP)      The $23.4 million program is designed to help Canada’s…

Government of Canada invests over $2.4 million to support growth of technology for meat processing

All across the country, businesses are developing innovative technologies to improve productivity and food supply, and P&P Optica Inc. is one example         The company has developed…

Our November 2022 Issue

In our November issue we feature an exclusive CFIB report of one Saskatchewan farmer’s fight to save his land —  Surviving By a Trickle , FCC’s Cattle and Hog outlook for 2022, U.S. Meat Sector’s environment report, the California Pork case, the winner of Ontario’s finest butcher contest, and much more!

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Surviving by a Trickle: The farmer’s fight to secure water and save greenspace 

Doug Wilson is a mild-mannered, disarming, and welcoming farmer in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan  by Brendan Rolfe - Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) He is a bit of throwback to a time when people were polite but told things like they were, without the coating of sugar that many of us tend to sprinkle on uncomfortable subjects today. He is the kind of guy that you could easily crack a ...

Avian flu cases being underreported

British Columbia reported 21 cases of avian flu last week, more than anywhere else in Canada  CTV News But according to the founder of Elizabeth’s Wildlife Centre, who has seen the devastating impact of the disease first-hand, the cases are being underreported. "This has been so severe and has really impacted our resources, big time,” Elizabeth Melnick said. Her centre takes in and cares for small mammals who are sick ...

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B.C. government ‘doing everything’ it can to stop spread of bird flu, minister says

Farmers in British Columbia's Fraser Valley are facing "intense disease pressure,'' with an avian flu outbreak in commercial farms that the agriculture minister says is concerning The Canadian Press    Lana Popham says, normally, avian flu aligns with bird migration seasons, but the latest infections in farms of the H5N1 virus have been consistent all year. Seven commercial poultry farms have been quarantined with avian flu since Nov. 16 in ...

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