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If there was any doubt that how we farm is undergoing a foundational change, this should convince you that there is mammoth change on the horizon. In July
Big change is coming. In the words of Shrek, “Change is good, Donkey!” It’s also inevitable, which farmers probably know more than anyone else. There are,
Global chemicals production improved slightly in October after stable activity in September.
Trend follows upward revisions in July and August.
TORONTO, Ont. – A major study released Wednesday suggests that large trucks contribute disproportionately to emissions on Canada’s roads. The Near-Road
Montreal, QC — The city of Montreal has kicked off a pilot project aimed at reducing the impacts of “last mile” delivery by replacing delivery trucks with
The provincial government is eliminating the Line Fences Act, which has kept the peace relating to property border fences in rural Ontario for generations. The act will be eliminated in two years if Bill 132, a large piece of legislation designed to reduce government regulation across 15 ministries – called an omnibus bill – passes. … Read more
Farmers fighting through a soggy harvest in Eastern Canada have joined their western counterparts’ call for an end to the strike by Canadian National Railway workers — not to get grain out, but to get propane in. Restoring the supply of propane for Quebec’s farm businesses, in the wake of a Canada-wide strike launched Tuesday … Read more
Canadian spot market load volumes rose 4% in October, but truck volumes also spiked. The 10% increase in trucks brought the truck-to-load
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