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Got a beef with Earls? Restaurant chain simply meeting customer demand New!
Earls Restaurants' recent announcement that they are moving to entirely "certified humane" beef ...
by Michael Von Massow
Canada's farm worker crisis New!
CANADIAN farmers have lost a whopping $1.5billion due to a crisis in the farm labour supply, which is thought to be short by almost 60,000 jobs.
Estate homes and land speculators are making farming unviable New!
Metro Vancouver real estate driving up cost of farming and fresh produce
by Mike Laanela
Trudeau says prefers to avoid COOL retaliation on U.S.
12/10/2015 - Tories urge steady pressure on U.S. Senate until COOL law repealed
Lack of capital tough on young farmers
12/10/2015 - The National Farmers Union calls for new ideas to make it easier for beginning producers to get started
by Jeffrey Carter
Election 2016; The parties' response to rural and farm issues
The Manitoba Co-operator put five questions to Manitoba’s registered political parties. Here is how they responded
by Manitoba Co-Operator
Canada's Alberta to retool controversial farm safety changes
12/8/2015 - Alberta's government will retool a bill that would overhaul workplace standards on farms in Canada's biggest cattle-producing province, its agriculture minister said on Tuesday.
by Rod Nickel
Trans-Pacific Partnership; How the deal was done
Farm groups, provincial pressure added weight to shoulders of negotiators working around the clock
by Alex Panetta
Canada to pay farmers for any losses under TPP deal, minister says
Canadian farmers will receive government compensation for any losses resulting from a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal ...
by ROD NICKEL
TPP meetings resume, talk continues
Trans-Pacific Partnership talks continue this week in Atlanta, with the possibility of negotiations wrapping up - meaning there could be big news for agriculture.
by Amy-Jean MacLean
Agriculture sector divided as TPP talks continue
Canadian farmers are divided over what to do about the pending Trans Pacific Partnership as negotiators and trade ministers
by Kelsey Johnson
Farm issues being 'ignored' - Forum too little, too late; farmer
A federal agriculture debate is too little, too late in a campaign lacking discussion of the issues facing farmers across Western Canada, says one Saskatchewan producer.
by ALEX MACPHERSON

 


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