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$540 million committed to long-awaited outlet for Lake Manitoba

The federal and Manitoba governments announced joint funding of up to $540 million on Monday to build permanent outlets for mitigating flooding around Lake Manitoba and Lake St.

SaskWheat meeting to feature information on discovery of GM wheat

Each June, SaskWheat holds its semi-annual meeting at Canada’s Farm Progress Show at Regina.

Canadian combine sales down 9 percent as of the end of May

New farm equipment sales in U.S. are higher than in 2017, while Canadian agricultural machinery sales are mixed relative to last year, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers‘ latest .

Saputo planning to build $240 million dairy processing plant in Port-Coquitlam, BC

Quebec-based dairy processor Saputo has quietly announced a plan to build a $240 million dairy processing facility in Port-Coquitlam, British Columbia.

SaskCanola research manager receives recognition

Errin Willenborg, research manager with SaskCanola recently took home some hardware from the Saskatchewan Institute of Agrologists (SIA).

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RealAg Radio, June 15: Japan halts wheat imports, cattle cash prices & the Friday Issues Panel

The June 15 edition RealAg Radio, heading into the Father’s Day weekend, includes:Cam Dahl, president of Cereals Canada, discusses the confirmation of an isolated case of GM wheat in Alberta, .

RealAg Radio, June 14: GM wheat, weather markets & Wheat Pete’s Word

Thursday’s edition of RealAg Radio, with host Shaun Haney:Ag news, including real-time updates on a CFIA announcement confirming the presence of a few GM wheat plants in southern Alberta, and .

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What we know (and don’t know) so far about the GM wheat discovery in Alberta

Canola School: Clubroot monitoring key to protecting Saskatchewan industry

Have your say about food waste from the farm

Getting involved in the conversation with Farm and Food Care Saskatchewan

Beef Market Update: Lower cash trade and loonie, but strong exports

Canola and soybean divergence — one is flat and the other is a falling knife

Protectionist policies slap grain markets around

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