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2014/07/24 19:08
2014/07/24 19:08
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I am concerned to find so much of our industrial land potentially zoned for Waste Transfer i.e., all properties zoned M2. In our case Canadian Food Inspection Agency mandates processing facilities...
2014/07/24 19:08
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2014/07/24 09:02
2014/07/24 09:02
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As food recalls go, the recent stone-fruit recall from California-based Wawona Packing Company is arguably both better and worse than most: better in that there have been no confirmed reports of...
2014/07/22 20:12
2014/07/22 20:12
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The Wawona Packing Company in California recalled the fruit, which was sold in retail stores across Canada. The fruit was sold under the name Sweet 2 Eat in bulk, plastic containers and in bags...
2014/07/18 21:20
2014/07/18 21:20
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WINNIPEG -- More than 300,000 people have signed a Canadian woman's petition to get a polar bear dubbed "the world's saddest animal" moved from the scorching Argentina zoo, where he's been living for...
2014/07/18 01:07
2014/07/18 01:07
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NEUDORF, Sask. - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has suspended the operating licence of a beef slaughter plant in southeastern Saskatchewan due to concerns over food safety. The agency says it...
2014/07/15 17:10
2014/07/15 17:10
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The emerald ash borer is continuing its march through Grey-Bruce with new sightings of the insect confirmed this year. "We are getting more and more calls as the summer season keeps moving on," said...
2014/07/14 18:26
2014/07/14 18:26
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OTTAWA - Consumers are being warned to inspect containers of an infant formula product after reports that some bottles were found in Ontario with their tamper-proof seals broken and resealed. The...
2014/07/14 15:37
2014/07/14 15:37
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King's Vegetarian recalls dim sum products over undeclared allergen Canadian establishment King's Vegetarian Food Manufacturing is recalling dim sum products due to the presence of wheat, soy, sesame...
2014/07/09 16:28
2014/07/09 16:28
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An Agassiz vet is asking the public to be extra vigilant around wildlife, following the discovery of a rabid bat in Harrison Hot Springs. Dr. Laura Madsen said officials now "absolutely know for...
2014/07/07 02:30
2014/07/07 02:30
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The Tseshaht First Nation and Hub City Fisheries are finalizing a lease to reopen the Port Fish ice plant on Harbour Road in Port Alberni. “We’ve been working towards developing partnerships with a...
2014/07/06 17:12
2014/07/06 17:12
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I went to RCAT (Ridgetown College of Agricultural Technology), but I took an agricultural laboratory technology course. The horticultural course wasn’t available at that time. After working in the...
2014/07/05 12:13
2014/07/05 12:13
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A: Search Engine would love to tell a tale of an old-time bank caper, in which bandits tried to open the safe using a hill, speed and gravity as the right combination. And we’d love to tell a story...
2014/06/30 15:06
2014/06/30 15:06
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Quebec is signaling that it may challenge the standards as an infringement on its provincial jurisdiction. Ontario is unlikely to be happy because it introduced its own standards and names a year...
2014/06/30 13:31
2014/06/30 13:31
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It's the end of Pride and the break in your long weekend (if you're one of the unlucky people who has to go in to work today). In the news: 22 Digital Dreams attendees ended their Saturday night in...
2014/06/27 13:23
2014/06/27 13:23
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MISSISSAUGA — About 7,500 trees have been cut down and destroyed as the City of Mississauga works to stop the spread of an invasive pest that could wipe out about half of the city’s two million...
2014/06/26 21:28
2014/06/26 21:28
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The destructive emerald ash borer could become a million-dollar problem for Owen Sound. John Howard, the city’s manager of parks and open spaces, said he anticipates the city will have to shell out...
2014/06/26 16:20
2014/06/26 16:20
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PEEL— Starting the week of June 30, the Region of Peel will collect yard waste every-other-week in Brampton and Mississauga during the months of July, August and September. Residents who receive...
2014/06/25 08:30
2014/06/25 08:30
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Red tide (PSP) closures remain in effect for the Oceanside area, meaning the area is closed to harvesting all bivalve shellfish (oysters, clams, scallops, mussels and geoducks.) Maria Surry, a...
2014/06/19 20:12
2014/06/19 20:12
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Knowing where our food comes from and how our food is grown are very important purchasing factors. We want to be assured the foods we buy are safe to eat. Here in Chatham-Kent, we have some of the...
2014/07/24 19:08
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