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Quill Lake, SK

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Quill Lake, SK

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RIGHT NOW
-20°C
Feels like -27°C
  • Wind W 9.7km/h
  • Dewpoint -22°C
  • Humidity 85%
  • Pressure N/A

OVERNIGHT LOW

Tonight: -19°C

Outlook for today

NEXT 3 HOURS

0% chance of precipitation

REST OF TODAY

High: -20°C Low: -20°C

Up to 0.0mm precipitation

PRECIPITATION AND WIND Full hourly forecast ›

THIS EVENING
No
Precipitation
H -20°C L -20°C

SW SW 10km/h

OVERNIGHT
No
Precipitation
H -13°C L -19°C

SW SW 15km/h

TOMORROW MORNING
No
Precipitation
H -10°C L -12°C

W W 18km/h

TOMORROW AFTERNOON
No
Precipitation
H -9°C L -10°C

WNW WNW 18km/h

DAILY FORECAST Full 10-day forecast ›

Monday

H -9°C L -24°C

Tuesday

H -12°C L -12°C

Wednesday

H 0°C L -10°C

Thursday

H -2°C L -6°C

Friday

H -3°C L -6°C

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Maple Leaf lands ‘sustainability-linked’ credit

December 13, 2019

Canadian food processor Maple Leaf Foods is taking its recently-established sustainability cred to the bank. The Toronto food firm announced Wednesday it’s the first Canadian company to secure “sustainability-linked terms” for its credit facilities. Specifically, the company has picked up an unsecured committed revolving line of credit and two unsecured […]

NFU paper lays out solutions for climate, farming challenges

December 13, 2019

MarketsFarm — The global climate crisis is interlinked with the financial crisis on Canadian farms, according to a new discussion paper from the National Farmers Union (NFU). The paper proposes changes to agriculture practices that could help the sector become part of the solution to both major issues. Compiled by […]


Today’s precipitation

December 13, 2019

Data 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 CoCoRaHS system […]

County of Grande Prairie declares agricultural disaster

November 14, 2019

Councillors with the County of Grande Prairie have declared an agricultural disaster in the region, marking what is considered to be a fourth straight year of difficult conditions. Several factors, including wet conditions that delayed seeding last spring, excessive rainfall, and cool weather have slowed production and have led to poor crop quality, the county […] Read more

The post County of Grande Prairie declares agricultural disaster appeared first on The Western Producer.


Almost half of Alberta’s sugar beet crop is lost

November 14, 2019

About 45 percent of Alberta’s 2019 sugar beet crop will not be harvested. It means about 12,600 of the 28,000 contracted acres are lost to producers and lost to Lantic Sugar, the processor that operates the sugar factory in Taber, Alta. “It’s hard to take,” said Alberta Sugar Beet Growers President Arnie Bergen-Henengouwen. “It’s been […] Read more

The post Almost half of Alberta’s sugar beet crop is lost appeared first on The Western Producer.

Manitoba, N.D. farmers still combining soybeans

November 14, 2019

After weeks of minimal progress, farmers in Manitoba and North Dakota are getting soybeans in the bin. In the first week of November, 75-80 percent of the soybeans were harvested in Manitoba. That’s behind the three-year average of 94 percent, but much better than the third week of October, when only 25 percent of soybeans […] Read more

The post Manitoba, N.D. farmers still combining soybeans appeared first on The Western Producer.

Ag News

Prairie cash wheat: Mid-December bids mixed

December 13, 2019

MarketsFarm — Hard red spring wheat bids in Western Canada were mixed during the week ended Thursday, with small gains in some areas and small losses in others as the market adjusted in a narrow range. Average Canada Western Red Spring (CWRS, 13.5 per cent protein) wheat prices were down […]

Ford recalls Super Duty pickups on post-crash fire risk

December 13, 2019

Reuters — Ford Motor Co. said Friday it would recall 547,538 of its Ford Super Duty pickup trucks across the U.S., Canada and Mexico, citing the risk of a post-crash interior fire. The second-largest U.S. automaker said the recall covers certain models between the years 2017 and 2019 with carpet […]


Visible canola supplies largest in three years

December 13, 2019

MarketsFarm — Solid farmer deliveries into the commercial pipeline saw visible Canadian canola supplies hit their highest level in three years, according to the latest Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) data for the week ended Sunday. Total visible supplies of the oilseed came in at 1.584 million tonnes, which was the […]

Short positions, good crusher demand pushes canola futures up

December 12, 2019

(Reuters) – ICE canola futures rose on Thursday as investors covered short positions following a sharp market decline on Wednesday, traders said. Good crusher demand also lent support. The January contract gained 1.2%, its biggest daily percentage gain in three months. January canola settled up $5.60 at $459.10 per tonne, while March futures ended $5.40 higher at $468.20. The […] Read more

The post Short positions, good crusher demand pushes canola futures up appeared first on The Western Producer.


U.S. reaches ‘deal in principle’ with China on trade: source

December 12, 2019

WASHINGTON, (Reuters) – The White House has reached a “deal in principle” with Beijing to resolve the 17-month U.S.-China trade war, according to a source briefed on the trade talks. The White House was expected to make an announcement later on Thursday, the source said. “The written agreement is still being formulated, but they have […] Read more

The post U.S. reaches ‘deal in principle’ with China on trade: source appeared first on The Western Producer.

Canola futures end down on U.S. soy weakness, long liquidation

December 11, 2019

(Reuters) – ICE canola futures fell more than one percent on Wednesday on spillover weakness from allied U.S. soy futures along with long liquidation by speculators and lackluster export demand, traders said. A firmer Canadian dollar added to bearish sentiment, making Canadian products less competitive on the global market. January canola settled down $5.30 at $453.50 per tonne, while […] Read more

The post Canola futures end down on U.S. soy weakness, long liquidation appeared first on The Western Producer.

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