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First PEDv Case in Over a Year Found in Manitoba

Manitoba’s chief veterinarian confirmed the province’s first positive porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDv) sample since January of 2015 on Thursday.

Renewable Fuels Association Gets New Name

The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association has adopted a new name that it says reflects the diversity of companies that operate in Canada’s bioeconomy.

Sask Deputy Ag Minister Moving to Province’s Top Public Servant Role

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall announced Thursday that Alanna Koch, who has served as Deputy Minister of Agriculture since 2007, has been appointed to the province’s top public servant role.

Ontario Backs Away From Natural Gas Ban

The Ontario government is killing its plan to ban natural gas use as part of its Climate Change Action Plan.

Private Member’s Bill Aims to Ease Tax Burden on Family Farm Transfers

A private member’s bill tabled in the House of Commons last week aims to reduce the tax burden of intergenerational transfers of farms that are incorporated.

Feature Articles

Alberta’s Minister of Labour Explains Role of Bill 6 Working Groups

Betting on the Weather — This Week in the Grain Markets

Canola School: Where Does Canadian Canola End Up?

On the Sidelines of March Against Monsanto

TWORA — “No Thanks, Bayer,” No Natural Gas Ban & No Farmers Chairing Bill 6 Committees — May 26

Tide Changing on Attitudes About Genetic Engineering?

Techtour: Horsch Unveils ‘Millennium Falcon’ of Sprayer Sensors


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