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Canada’s Saskatchewan to woo India for giving trade relations a boost Saskatchewan is using the current situation to highlight other sectors of interest

The Canadian Prairie province of Saskatchewan, with a population of just over a million, plays a mega role in the Indo-Canadian trade relationship. In November, Saskatchewan’s Premier Scott Moe — equivalent to the chief minister of an Indian state — will travel to India on a weeklong visit. He will ...

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Canary Prices Likely to Drift Lower Again

Weather delays helped to perk up Prairie canaryseed bids, but the resumption of harvest will likely now see prices head lower again, according to an industry official. “It’s a pretty good crop, it just isn’t in the bin,” said David Nobbs, managing partner of Canpulse Foods and chair of ...

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Canaryseed Bids Starting to Respond

There’s still considerable hope that a lot more of the 2016 canaryseed crop can be harvested, but as of October 24, only half the crop was in the bin. Forecasts for late this week provide some room for optimism, but it remains to be seen whether farmers will ...

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