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Last year called world’s fourth warmest

January 17, 2019

OSLO, Norway (Reuters) — Last year was the fourth warmest on record, extending a scorching streak driven by a buildup of man-made greenhouse gases, the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service said Jan 7. Average world surface air temperatures were 14.7 C in 2018, just 0.2 C off the highest, it said in the first […] Read more

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Rural development strategy sought in federal shuffle

January 17, 2019

Rural economic development has been given a promotion at the federal level in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s latest cabinet shuffle. In the shuffle, following the departure of Treasury Board president Scott Brison from cabinet, Trudeau on Monday called up Bernadette Jordan, MP for the southern Nova Scotia riding of South […]

Today’s precipitation

January 16, 2019

Data and maps from weather stations across the Prairies are available to Glacier FarmMedia members at the WeatherFarm website, where you can also sign up for a daily forecast email for your area. On the go? Get the WeatherFarm mobile app, available for iPhone and Android devices. To learn more about the […]

Alta. wind challenges drivers

January 10, 2019

The wind warning sign along Highway 3 in southern Alberta, west of Lundbreck, read 181 km-h when it blew down. The locals, accustomed to strong winds typical of the region, appreciated the irony. The few semi-trailer drivers and people pulling holiday trailers, who took their chances along that highway and the north-south route of Highway […] Read more

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El Nino likely not responsible for warm, dry conditions

December 28, 2018

The above normal temperatures Western Canada has experienced since the fall were not necessarily caused by an El Nino. Rather, to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada the phenomenon that’s likely affected the weather was a ‘blob’ that formed off of the coast of British Columbia. “It’s a big warm pocket of ocean water and that seems […] Read more

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Charts point toward pullback for oats

January 17, 2019

CNS Canada — If you’re looking to sell some of your oats, now is the time to do so, according to Ed Baldwin. “We contacted our clients and said ‘Hey, if you got oats you want to sell, price them today,’” Baldwin, manager of advisory services and grain marketing for […]

Pulse acreage decline likely in U.S. due to surplus

January 17, 2019

Winnipeg – Large crops followed by poor export demand has led to burdensome supplies and cut into pulse prices in the United States, which should cut into acreage ideas to peas, lentils, and chickpeas in 2019, according to an industry official. “With the trade issues we’re facing right now, we have quite a surplus,” said […] Read more

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Oats – charts pointing towards a pullback

January 17, 2019

WINNIPEG – If you’re looking to sell some of your oats, now is the time to do it, according to Ed Baldwin, manager advisory services and grain marketing for AgChieve Grain Marketing Experts in Winnipeg, Man. “We contacted our clients and said ‘hey, if you got oats you want to sell, price them today,'” said […] Read more

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ICE weekly outlook: Quiet winter has canola steadying

January 16, 2019

CNS Canada — The ICE Futures canola market is expected to stabilize now as there isn’t really any big news to drive North American oilseed markets. “We don’t have something very dominant for traders to focus on and supplies are pretty comfortable everywhere in the oilseed complex for now… the […]


Concerns over China affecting canola

January 16, 2019

Winnipeg – The ICE Futures canola contacts finished the day stronger, bouncing back from Tuesday’s losses. Chicago Board of Trade soybean contracts were mixed, oil contracts were slightly weaker and meal contracts stronger. The soy complex had been stronger earlier in the day, but retreated towards unchanged following Tuesday’s comments from United States Trade Representative […] Read more

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