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By Ryan Dahlman

Bindloss Beef Club was looking pretty good Saturday in Medicine Hat.


Thursday, 23 June 2011 12:55

Too wet for seeding in southwest Sask.

By John R. Statton — This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Farmers in Saskatchewan’s southwest are still feeling frustration with seeding.

Friday, 27 May 2011 09:50

Anderson gets his old CWB title back

Prairie Post

David Anderson M.P. Cypress Hills-Grasslands has once again been appointed Parliamentary Secretary for the Canadian Wheat Board and Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Natural Resources. 


By John R. Statton - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Mark Aug. 1, 2012 on your calendar.

By John R. Statton - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The fate of the Canadian Wheat Board is hanging in the balance while farmers wait for the Harper government to get back to work in Ottawa.

By Delon Shurtz
Southern Alberta Newspapers
Southern Alberta
There’s a desk against the north wall on the second floor of the Lethbridge Herald that, after decades of use, now sits vacant.

Thursday, 02 June 2011 11:55

UFA getting back to its rural roots

By Ric Swihart
Southern Alberta
UFA can compete in the big pond, but with a new management team in place, the farmer-owned co-operative has its sights set on its base of operations —  small-town Alberta.

By Ric Swihart
Warner
Warner had a smashing success on its recent centennial, and during the planning, committee members noted Viterra’s Warner Mustard plant would celebrate 65 years in 2011.


Courtesy Government of Alberta

The earnings of 20,000 Albertans will rise September 1 when the province increases minimum wage and introduces a new wage for liquor servers.

By Rose Sanchez
Alberta
Re-aligning the leadership structure of Alberta Health Services (AHS) to give more decision-making powers to the five zones in the province is seen as a positive move by the chairpersons of health advisory councils in southern Alberta.

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