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The Brantford Expositor
Rabid cat bites Haldimand residentFriday, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported that a rabid “stray cat” bit
Rabid cat bites Haldimand resident
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
Friday, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported that a rabid “stray cat” bit a person in Caledonia. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency tested the cat for the potentially fatal disease and confirmed its findings with local authorities on... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Rabid cat bites Haldimand residentFriday, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported that a rabid “stray cat” bit
Rabid cat bites Haldimand resident
Delhi News Record / Posted yesterday
Friday, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported that a rabid “stray cat” bit a person in Caledonia. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency tested the cat for the potentially fatal disease and confirmed its findings with local authorities on... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Rabid cat bites Haldimand residentFriday, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported that a rabid “stray cat” bit
Rabid cat bites Haldimand resident
Simcoe Reformer / Posted yesterday
Friday, the Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit reported that a rabid “stray cat” bit a person in Caledonia. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency tested the cat for the potentially fatal disease and confirmed its findings with local authorities on... Read more
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CTV News
Cat with rabies bites man in Hamilton, Ont.by a cat that tested positive for rabies. The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit sa
Cat with rabies bites man in Hamilton, Ont.
CTV News / Posted yesterday
by a cat that tested positive for rabies. The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit says it was notified Thursday by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency that a stray cat had bitten someone in Caledonia. They say they are working with Hamilton Public... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Trial of activist who gave water to pigs puts spotlight on meat industry rulesMeanwhile, the regulations followed by farmers are developed alongside animal-w
Trial of activist who gave water to pigs puts spotlight on meat industry rules
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Meanwhile, the regulations followed by farmers are developed alongside animal-welfare experts and overseen by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. She and others pointed out that what may appear to the average person as cruel – such as withdrawing... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Whirling disease found in Banff National Park, posing threat to trout populationsfirst case of whirling disease in Canada has been discovered in fish from Johns
Whirling disease found in Banff National Park, posing threat to trout populations
Calgary Sun / Posted 2 days ago
first case of whirling disease in Canada has been discovered in fish from Johnson Lake in Banff National Park the Canadian Food Inspection Agency confirms. The disease, caused by the parasite Myxobolus cerebralis, can have a significant effect on... Read more
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CTV News
Part of Banff National Park closed due to fish 'whirling disease'BANFF, Alta. - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says whirling disease has be
Part of Banff National Park closed due to fish 'whirling disease'
CTV News / Posted 2 days ago
BANFF, Alta. - The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says whirling disease has been discovered in fish from Johnson Lake in Banff National Park. The CFIA says it's the first time it has confirmed the disease in Canada. Whirling disease is caused by a... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Salmonella concern prompts recall of PEI-produced oysterspackaged as “Large Standard Oysters” and “Mixed Oysters,” are produced by P.E.I
Salmonella concern prompts recall of PEI-produced oysters
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
packaged as “Large Standard Oysters” and “Mixed Oysters,” are produced by P.E.I.-based Five Star Shellfish. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the affected products are sold in 100-piece packages and display a harvest date of Aug. 13. The... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Salmonella concern prompts recall of PEI-produced oysterspackaged as “Large Standard Oysters” and “Mixed Oysters,” are produced by P.E.I
Salmonella concern prompts recall of PEI-produced oysters
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
packaged as “Large Standard Oysters” and “Mixed Oysters,” are produced by P.E.I.-based Five Star Shellfish. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the affected products are sold in 100-piece packages and display a harvest date of Aug. 13. The... Read more
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CTV News
Salmonella concern prompts recall of P.E.I.-produced oysterspackaged as "Large Standard Oysters" and "Mixed Oysters," are produced by P.E.I
Salmonella concern prompts recall of P.E.I.-produced oysters
CTV News / Posted 4 days ago
packaged as "Large Standard Oysters" and "Mixed Oysters," are produced by P.E.I.-based Five Star Shellfish. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says the affected products are sold in 100-piece packages and display a harvest date of Aug. 13. The... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Union boss calls meat inspection system 'scary as hell,' wants staffing auditThe president of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency inspectors’ union is askin
Union boss calls meat inspection system 'scary as hell,' wants staffing audit
Brandon Sun / Posted 4 days ago
The president of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency inspectors’ union is asking the federal government for an audit of the staffing situation across the country before making changes to the inspection system that he calls "scary as hell." Bob... Read more
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New Kerala
Cyclosporiasis affects over 50 people in Canada - newkerala.com #107529Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. Although the source of the
Cyclosporiasis affects over 50 people in Canada - newkerala.com #107529
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. Although the source of the outbreak is under investigation, Canadian Food Inspection Agency and other health officials have said that imported produce could be a likely cause. The U.S. Food and... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Quarantine nearing completion at duck farmon a Lincoln duck farm where avian influenza was discovered last month is expec
Quarantine nearing completion at duck farm
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 11 days ago
on a Lincoln duck farm where avian influenza was discovered last month is expected to be lifted this week. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, which is overseeing the King Street property where the H5 strain of the virus was found July 7, said... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Quarantine nearing completion at duck farmon a Lincoln duck farm where avian influenza was discovered last month is expec
Quarantine nearing completion at duck farm
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
on a Lincoln duck farm where avian influenza was discovered last month is expected to be lifted this week. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, which is overseeing the King Street property where the H5 strain of the virus was found July 7, said... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Quarantine nearing completion at duck farmon a Lincoln duck farm where avian influenza was discovered last month is expec
Quarantine nearing completion at duck farm
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 12 days ago
on a Lincoln duck farm where avian influenza was discovered last month is expected to be lifted this week. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency, which is overseeing the King Street property where the H5 strain of the virus was found July 7, said... Read more
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CBC.ca
Employees aren't only ones Phoenix isn't paying: unions cut off toodepartments that employ unionized workers, including the Treasury Board, the Ca
Employees aren't only ones Phoenix isn't paying: unions cut off too
CBC.ca / Posted 12 days ago
departments that employ unionized workers, including the Treasury Board, the Canada Revenue Agency and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. An unfair labour practice complaint is also expected to be filed in the coming weeks at the public... Read more
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The Record
For Ontario beef farmers, a $900M local businessthe largest is in Guelph, followed by two meat packing plants in Toronto. Feder
For Ontario beef farmers, a $900M local business
The Record / Posted 13 days ago
the largest is in Guelph, followed by two meat packing plants in Toronto. Federal plants are regulated by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to export product to other countries and are permitted to ship across provincial borders. The... Read more
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Dundas Star News
For Ontario beef farmers, a $900M local businessthe largest is in Guelph, followed by two meat packing plants in Toronto. Feder
For Ontario beef farmers, a $900M local business
Dundas Star News / Posted 14 days ago
the largest is in Guelph, followed by two meat packing plants in Toronto. Federal plants are regulated by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency to export product to other countries and are permitted to ship across provincial borders. The... Read more
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CTV News
Cyclospora outbreak sickens 51 in Canadain Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. A source of the outbrea
Cyclospora outbreak sickens 51 in Canada
CTV News / Posted 14 days ago
in Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. A source of the outbreak has not been identified but the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and health officials say they are eyeing imported fresh produce. Previous outbreaks have been linked... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Imported, fresh produce suspected as Cyclospora sickens 51 in Canadain Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. A source of the outbrea
Imported, fresh produce suspected as Cyclospora sickens 51 in Canada
Calgary Sun / Posted 15 days ago
in Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. A source of the outbreak has not been identified but the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and health officials say they are eyeing imported fresh produce. Previous outbreaks have been linked... Read more
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CBC.ca
Imported fresh produce suspected as cyclospora outbreak sickens 51fully but it may take up to seven weeks before their symptoms disappear, accord
Imported fresh produce suspected as cyclospora outbreak sickens 51
CBC.ca / Posted 15 days ago
fully but it may take up to seven weeks before their symptoms disappear, according to health officials. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency said it is still looking into a food source linked to the outbreak. The PHAC advises anyone who... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Imported, fresh produce suspected as Cyclospora sickens 51 in Canadain Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. A source of the outbrea
Imported, fresh produce suspected as Cyclospora sickens 51 in Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 15 days ago
in Quebec, two in Alberta and one in British Columbia. A source of the outbreak has not been identified but the Canadian Food Inspection Agency and health officials say they are eyeing imported fresh produce. Previous outbreaks have been linked... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Canada, China meet to solve canola spat as deadline loomsused mainly to produce vegetable oil. AQSIQ and other Chinese officials are me
Canada, China meet to solve canola spat as deadline looms
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 days ago
used mainly to produce vegetable oil. AQSIQ and other Chinese officials are meeting through Friday with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), as well as Canada’s agriculture and trade departments, said Patti Miller, president of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Devastating E. coli infection nets $2.5-M settlementis a permanent ward of Metis Child and Family Services and has been living with
Devastating E. coli infection nets $2.5-M settlement
Calgary Sun / Posted 28 days ago
is a permanent ward of Metis Child and Family Services and has been living with his grandparents since 2009. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency examined a leftover meat sample from the boy's mother's freezer in July 2004, confirmed it was tainted... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Food Day Canada: Our home and yummy land#FoodDayCanada #CanadaISfood. PRODUCT OF CANADA: Food that is grown and proces
Food Day Canada: Our home and yummy land
Calgary Sun / Posted 29 days ago
#FoodDayCanada #CanadaISfood. PRODUCT OF CANADA: Food that is grown and processed in Canada. According to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, a “Product of Canada” label means that all, or nearly all, of the food, processing and labour used to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
CFIA approves farmed maggots as chicken feed in North American firstThe Canadian Food Inspection Agency has allowed the use of farmed maggots as ch
CFIA approves farmed maggots as chicken feed in North American first
The Globe and Mail / Posted 30 days ago
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has allowed the use of farmed maggots as chicken feed – the first time a federal regulatory body in North America has approved the sale of insect ingredients as animal feed. The CFIA’s decision last week caps a... Read more

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