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  • Ontario shows support for beef industry

    GUELPH, ON, Dec. 31 - The McGuinty government has expressed its support for Ontario's beef industry, currently dealing with the effects of a confirmed case of Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (B...

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  • McGuinty government to hire more full-time meat inspectors

    TORONTO, Dec. 1 - The McGuinty government will follow through on its commitment to deliver real, positive change to Ontario by hiring more full-time meat inspectors, Minister of Agriculture and ...

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  • $3,000 in fines levied under provincial Meat Inspection Act

    SMITHS FALLS, ON, Nov. 27 - Mr. Steven Miskelly, of the Smiths Falls area, has been fined a total of $3,000 for operating a meat plant without a licence and illegal slaughter. He also received a...

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  • McGuinty Government implements Walkerton recommendation

    TORONTO, Nov. 26 - Environment Minister Leona Dombrowsky and Agriculture and Food Minister Steve Peters announced today that the Ministry of the Environment will be overseeing all compliance req...

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  • $7,000 in fines levied for improper dead animal disposal

    BROCKVILLE, ON, Nov. 14 - A Ganonoque area resident has been fined a total of $7,000 on two counts of improperly disposing of dead animals. The charges resulted from an investigation by the Onta...

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  • Abattoir's licence suspension lifted

    TORONTO, Nov. 10 - The director of the Food Inspection Branch at the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture and Food (OMAF) has lifted the provisional suspension of the licence of Wallace Beef Incorpor...

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  • Government provisionally suspends licence of abattoir

    TORONTO, Oct. 7 - The director of the Food Inspection Branch at the Ministry of Agriculture and Food (OMAF) took immediate action today by provisionally suspending the licence of a provincially ...

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