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Workers say they are fighting to end dangerous work conditions and excessively long hours.
Hours before some of us crack an egg into a frying pan for breakfast, farmer Kate Van Deynze-Fleming is out in her barn. In
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The "Beefier Barley" ad suggested that climate change would benefit Alberta's beef industry.
As one of world's leading exporters of live animals, the country is also one of the largest contributors to animal suffering.
The multibillion-dollar question: where does our economic future lie?
And it's getting millennials interested in farming.
Growing locally-produced food in Canada isn't always a possibility. Our nation's diverse climate and landscape make it hard
In 2015, Glen Jennings and his son Blake installed three turbines on their property and become the first wind-powered egg
The retail value of Organigram's supply deal for recreational cannabis is estimated at between $40 million an $60 million a year.