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TransMountain Expansion Project: Albertans refuse to stay in BC

Owners of a bed and breakfast in Kelowna, BC, say they have already received a cancellation of an Albertan and…

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Quebec announces up to $100,000 in grants per farm

It is on a first-come, first-serve basis that producers will share the $95-million grant of Quebec’s investment support program. The…

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Health Canada Expects Intense Flu Season This Winter

The Public Health Agency of Canada invites people to prepare for a fairly intense flu season this winter. In its…

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Farm Workers In South Africa Arrested For Trying To Kill Boss

A 32-year-old farm worker was on Tuesday arrested for allegedly killing his employer, and wounding another farm worker at Bonte…

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Check For Ticks! Lyme Disease Diagnoses On The Rise

Lyme disease has gained further ground in Quebec. Since January, the Ministry of Health and Social Services (MSSS) has recorded…

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Ovarian cancer: another victory for Johnson & Johnson

Sentenced to pay millions to a woman who blamed the company after developing ovarian cancer, the American giant Johnson &…

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Listeria concerns prompt recall of packaged vegetable products

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) on Wednesday reiterated Agropur Import Collection brand ripened firm cheese because it may have…

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White Bread As Healthy As Wheat Bread For Some: Study

VANCOUVER – Whole bread or white bread? The answer seems long overdue: it was thought until now that whole bread,…

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Turcot cyclist-pedestrian bridge

Citizen groups defend green overpass yanked from Turcot Interchange plans

MONTREAL – Like- minded people gathered Sunday to ask the Quebec government to reinstate the slab project that had been…

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At the Shared Earth Farm, Rébeka Frazer-Chiasson laid floating tarpaulins on her young seeds to help them survive the low temperature that accompanies the start of the season. Photo: Radio Canada / Anaïs Brasier

A Cold Rainy Spring Spells Trouble For Farmers In New Brunswick

This year, spring is marked by a lot of rain and temperatures below normal, conditions that do not delight New…

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