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Clearwater Reports Third Quarter 2019 Results

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Third quarter sales and adjusted EBITDA1 were $175.2 million and $34.5 million, up 6.7% and 12.4% respectively versus the prior year. Year-to-date sales and adjusted EBITDA1 were $449.2 million and $84.8 million, up 3.9% and 5.6% respectively versus the prior year. Adjusted EBITDA and gross margin as a percentage of …

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I took my kid to a climate strike in the heart of oil country. Here’s…

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The protest outside the Alberta Legislature on October 17, 2019. On October 17, before Canada went to the polls to decide who would govern for the next four years, Greta Thunberg came to my province. If you’re reading this from outside Canada, Alberta is resource-rich, and until the bottom fell …

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Posthaste: Canada’s two biggest real estate markets are sizzling again

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Condos and apartment buildings are seen in downtown Vancouver, B.C. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck Good Morning! Canada’s two biggest real estate markets are once again reporting brisk sales activity. Toronto housing prices climbed the most in almost two years amid falling supply. The benchmark price rose 5.8 per cent from …

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The Consequences of Canada’s New Food Guide: a Bring Food Home…

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Author: Josie Di Felice Posted: November 5, 2019 Categories: Events / GoodFoodBites / News from Sustain Members / News from Sustain Ontario The first of four Bring Food Home 2019 Regional Conferences took place on October 10th in both Ottawa and Algoma via video conference, with Just Food and the …

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Who’s who on Alberta’s mental health and addictions panel

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EDMONTON—The Alberta government announced the creation of yet another advisory panel on Monday — this time tasked with shaping the trajectory of the province’s mental health and addictions strategy moving forward. It’s a big mandate, with $140 million allocated in the 2019 budget alone toward mental health and addiction services. …

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First Nations, B.C. cabinet discuss updating laws to align with UN declaration

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British Columbia British Columbia’s Indigenous leaders and provincial cabinet members are holding their annual meeting and Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says, for the first time in six years, he has a sense of hope. Grand Chief Stewart Phillip says he has sense of hope for first …

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Traditional Mi’kmaq food making a comeback in Natoaganeg

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People in Eel Ground love their takeout. But Erica Ward says now they also love spaghetti with moose meatballs and garlic bread. River Ward, 21, and his sister, Erica Ward, 29, are part of the team at Natoaganeg Community Food Centre, working to serve healthy food to Eel Ground First …

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Saskatchewan to intervene on Ottawa’s side in Trans Mountain case

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Steel pipe slated for use in the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion lies at a stockpile site in Kamloops, B.C. on June 18, 2019. DENNIS OWEN / REUTERS/Dennis Owen Saskatchewan will be taking the federal government’s side in an upcoming case to defend the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from an attempt …

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After the election: The future of fish farms in the North Island

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The subject of fish farms operating in North Island waters continues to cause controversy. Back on Oct. 1, the federal Liberal Party pledged as part of their campaign for office they would shut down open-net fish farming in B.C. by 2025, forcing all of the businesses to move on land. …

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After the election: The future of fish farms in the North Island

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The subject of fish farms operating in North Island waters continues to cause controversy. Back on Oct. 1, the federal Liberal Party pledged as part of their campaign for office they would shut down open-net fish farming in B.C. by 2025, forcing all of the businesses to move on land. …

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