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Cap on Proportion of TFW Program Employees in Workforce Remains at 20 Per Cent

June 24 - The federal government is freezing the 20 per cent cap on the number of low-wage temporary foreign workers a company can hire.

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    Survey Says: Americans Are Now Spending More Eating Out Than on Groceries

    June 23 - The ACSI recently released its 2016 Restaurant Report which indicated for the first time ever, Americans are spending more eating out than on groceries.

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    What is Wrong With This Picture?
    a Canadian Meat Business exclusive

    June 22 - The Earls bomb that recently exploded in our industry and ignited a social media lynching was more than just a poorly planned promotional idea, but a slap in the beef industry's face that may have been a long time coming.

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    Health Canada Consulting on Irradiated Beef

    June 21 - Health Canada weighs in with industry groups who have sought irradiation for more than a decade as a way to prevent the spread of E. coli, salmonella and other dangerous bacteria, but the measure has run into negative public reaction.

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    Olymel to Invest $25 Million in the Lanaudiere Region Pork Infrastructure

    June 21 - The Olymel executive announced an investment of more than $25 million to expand its hog slaughterhouse and butchering facility at St-Esprit in the Lanaudiere region.

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    Great Saskatchewan Bacon Festival Raises $9,000 for Youth

    June 21 - Organizers of the Great Saskatchewan Bacon Festival report the 2016 edition of the annual event raised approximately $9,000.00 to support local youth.

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    Canada's Beef Demand Strong Despite Lower Consumption

    June 20 - Canadian beef consumption was down in 2015, but demand has remained strong given consumers' willingness to pay higher prices, says Canfax, a division of the Canadian Cattlemen's Association.

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    Government of Canada infrastructure Investments Strengthen Science Capacity

    June 17 - Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, Lawrence MacAulay, announced that the federal government will invest $37.6 million in Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) to modernize a number of AAFC research stations and laboratories in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and Quebec.

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    Temple Grandin Urges Better Communication with Consumers about Cattle Handling

    June 15 - Animal-behaviour expert Temple Grandin says cattle handling has improved and that message needs to be better shared with consumers.

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    2015 Beef Consumption, Expenditures and Demand

    June 13 - The decline in beef consumption was a result of tight supplies and with production and imports down and exports up, beef supplies available for domestic consumption were naturally down more last year.

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