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Rod Nickel

RPT-China snub, drought and debt shake finances of Canada's farmers

12:00pm BST

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA, June 19 For years, the financial stability of Canadian farmers was the envy of their American counterparts, but rising costs, drought and a dispute with China have weakened their bottom lines.

China snub, drought and debt shake finances of Canada's farmers

10:16am BST

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/OTTAWA For years, the financial stability of Canadian farmers was the envy of their American counterparts, but rising costs, drought and a dispute with China have weakened their bottom lines.

Canadian oil sector anticipates nod for Trans Mountain pipeline expansion

18 Jun 2019

OTTAWA/CALGARY, Alberta, June 18 Canada's energy sector and politicians across the spectrum were anticipating the government would approve a hotly contested oil pipeline expansion on Tuesday after years of debate and court challenges.

Ottawa expands insurance for Canadian canola exporters amid China dispute

13 Jun 2019

OTTAWA/WINNIPEG, Manitoba Ottawa increased the insurance coverage available for canola exporters, a government corporation said on Thursday, as it seeks to reduce trade risks amid a dispute with China.

Ottawa expands insurance for Canadian canola exporters amid China dispute

13 Jun 2019

OTTAWA/WINNIPEG, Manitoba, June 13 Ottawa increased the insurance coverage available for canola exporters, a government corporation said on Thursday, as it seeks to reduce trade risks amid a dispute with China.

RPT-Aging Enbridge oil pipelines face setbacks over fears of Great Lakes spills

10 Jun 2019

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/CALGARY, Alberta, June 9 (Reuters) - F ears about oil spills into the Great Lakes from two aging U.S. pipelines have flared, raising doubts about their future and creating fresh headaches for operator Enbridge Inc and the Canadian energy sector.

Aging Enbridge oil pipelines face setbacks over fears of Great Lakes spills

09 Jun 2019

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/CALGARY, Alberta, June 9 (Reuters) - F ears about oil spills into the Great Lakes from two aging U.S. pipelines have flared, raising doubts about their future and creating fresh headaches for operator Enbridge Inc and the Canadian energy sector.

While rains swamp U.S. Midwest, parched soils hamper Canadian crops

04 Jun 2019

WINNIPEG, Manitoba/CHICAGO Unrelenting rains in the U.S. Midwest have stymied planting of corn and soybeans, while just slightly northwest on the Canadian Prairies, dry weather is stunting canola and wheat crops.

U.S. court rejects environmental assessment for Enbridge pipeline in blow to Canadian oil sector

03 Jun 2019

CALGARY, Alberta/ WINNIPEG, Manitoba A Minnesota court ruled on Monday that Enbridge Inc's environmental impact statement for the replacement of its Line 3 oil pipeline is inadequate, raising the possibility of further delays.

UPDATE 4-U.S. court rejects environmental assessment for Enbridge pipeline in blow to Canadian oil sector

03 Jun 2019

CALGARY, Alberta/ WINNIPEG, Manitoba, June 3 A Minnesota court ruled on Monday that Enbridge Inc's environmental impact statement for the replacement of its Line 3 oil pipeline is inadequate, raising the possibility of further delays.

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