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Regina company's drone harnesses artificial intelligence

Regina company's drone harnesses artificial intelligence

The flying sprayer has the ability to identify and treat individual weeds as it makes its way over a broad acre canopy.
Government's environmental focus meets producer resistance

Government's environmental focus meets producer resistance

“It’s pretty hard to farm green in the red.”
CN warns of grain disruptions

CN warns of grain disruptions

CN says long lead times are required to recruit and train crews, acquire locomotives or rail cars and invest in track and other infrastructure to meet increased customer demand.
WDM brings History of Motion to North Battleford

WDM brings History of Motion to North Battleford

Those Were the Days has morphed into History of Motion.
Birds with 'extreme' features most at risk of extinction

Birds with 'extreme' features most at risk of extinction

As bird species face global threats of mass extinction, the traits that make them unique are also at risk of rapid disappearance. This homogenization will set off a domino effect of consequences for other members of these ecosystems, including humans.
Opinion: Agricultural presentations need an injection of accessibility

Opinion: Agricultural presentations need an injection of accessibility

If content becomes confusing, interest wanes, despite a listener’s best efforts.
Opinion: Populist politics can have negative impact on debt crisis

Opinion: Populist politics can have negative impact on debt crisis

Expect more debt crises to arise as high food and fuel prices combine with increasing interest rates reveal underlying problems in numerous countries.
Parks Canada transfers 690 hectares of land at Batoche to Metis Nation-Saskatchewan

Parks Canada transfers 690 hectares of land at Batoche to Metis Nation-Saskatchewan

"The Batoche grounds have always been important to our Metis citizens, our history and the resistance," Metis Nation-Saskatchewan president Glen McCallum said.
Opinion: The silence of science could be deafening

Opinion: The silence of science could be deafening

Sharing atmosphere in science is coming under ever-greater pressure.
Coccidia parasites could develop resistance to toltrazuril

Coccidia parasites could develop resistance to toltrazuril

Coccidia oocysts are present in the soil, vegetation or water sources.