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Culprits ruin $60,000 worth of food
Jan 10, 2013

(Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) City police are investigating an incident where a culprit ruined approximately $60,000 worth of food at the Atlantic Superstore overnight Thursday (Dec. 27)...

(Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island) City police are investigating an incident where a culprit ruined approximately $60,000 worth of food at the Atlantic Superstore overnight Thursday (Dec. 27) and Friday morning (Dec. 28).

Meat plant president charged under Meat Inspection Act
Jan 10, 2013

[Summerside, PEI]—The president of a meat-processing plant in Albany (Prince Edward Island) was fined $2,500 in provincial court Tuesday (Jan. 8) after pleading guilty to a charge under the...

[Summerside, PEI]—The president of a meat-processing plant in Albany (Prince Edward Island) was fined $2,500 in provincial court Tuesday (Jan. 8) after pleading guilty to a charge under the federal Meat Inspection Act.

East Point Potato receives funding
Jan 16, 2013

East Point Potato has taken steps to expand and modernize its processing facility in South Lake, Prince Edward Island.

East Point Potato has taken steps to expand and modernize its processing facility in South Lake, Prince Edward Island.

Milk prices to increase
Jan 16, 2013

Consumers in New Brunswick will pay an extra three cents per litre for milk on Feb. 1.

Consumers in New Brunswick will pay an extra three cents per litre for milk on Feb. 1.

New regulations for NS fur industry
Jan 16, 2013

Fur farms will continue to grow and create good jobs in rural Nova Scotia while being held to firm environmental standards, Agriculture Minister John MacDonell said Jan. 11.

Fur farms will continue to grow and create good jobs in rural Nova Scotia while being held to firm environmental standards, Agriculture Minister John MacDonell said Jan. 11.