Saturday, 18 June 2016

Large Herds in Remote Areas Raise Predation Risk


Cattle sector looks at strategies to reduce animal losses, including guardian animals. Story here.

Friday, 17 June 2016

Winter Wheat Close to Fusarium Spray Window

Manitoba Co-Operator

In addition to crop staging farmers should assess how much risk their crop faces before applying a fungicide. Story here.

Liz Makes More Sense in the House of Commons (No One Applauds)

Petition to Create Metis Hunting Zones

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The Rural Municipality of Pipestone, Manitoba has passed a resolution and created a petition to have the Provincial Government create designated hunting zones for Metis status hunters in the province. Story here.

Thursday, 16 June 2016

Energy East - Taking Manitoba in the Wrong Direction


TransCanada Pipeline’s Energy East pipeline (EE), if approved, will run from Hardisty Alberta to St. John, New Brunswick and will carry bitumen from Alberta’s Tar Sands to refineries in Quebec and New Brunswick. Story here.

Exposed: Pesticide Industry Deployed Aggressive Lobby Effort to Quash Bee Protections


Bayer, Monsanto, and Syngenta are effectively "shaping new pollinator 'protection' plans nationwide that do little to protect bees, but a lot to protect industry profits." Story here.


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