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Preliminary outlook sees below normal to above normal runoff this spring

Preliminary outlook sees below normal to above normal runoff this spring

Varying conditions across the province according to Water Security Agency
Plains Bison herd successfully re-established in The Key First Nation

Plains Bison herd successfully re-established in The Key First Nation

Bison are an iconic symbol of the grasslands and were relied upon as a staple part of the lives of Indigenous peoples.
Avian flu found in Nova Scotia flock

Avian flu found in Nova Scotia flock

A strain of avian flu has been identified in Nova Scotia and is warning poultry farmers to keep an eye out.
Grain act changes could alter commission’s role

Grain act changes could alter commission’s role

The Canadian Grain Commission’s role in grain grading and oversight was a major theme during recent consultations.
Opinion: Trucker unrest result of misguided public policy

Opinion: Trucker unrest result of misguided public policy

Regardless of one's position on politics, obstacles like vaccine mandates on truckers could influence inflation rates.
Signs point toward peak in nitrogen fertilizer prices

Signs point toward peak in nitrogen fertilizer prices

Correction catches observers off guard, pointing to the possible start of a softening trend as EU natural gas prices ease.
Union says mandates must be done correctly

Union says mandates must be done correctly

Grain industry giants could potentially mandate vaccines for workers, say union representatives.
APAS rep resigns over convoy comments

APAS rep resigns over convoy comments

APAS representative Danny Ottenbreit resigned after making Twitter comments on last Tuesday comparing the trucker convoy to the Taliban and ISIS.
Farmer issues warning after theft

Farmer issues warning after theft

One Outlook farmer has a message for all potential victims of trespassing and grain theft.
Orphan well costs expected to balloon

Orphan well costs expected to balloon

Parliament anticipates the costs of oil-well cleanup on the prairies will only increase in coming years.