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Northern Ontario leaders recognized by province

Northern Ontario leaders recognized by province

Freshwater Cuisine and Eabametoong First Nation named Rural Ontario Leaders
Ontario-grown quinoa earns accolades

Ontario-grown quinoa earns accolades

Acres of Quinta Quinoa grown in Northern Ontario every year
Local food store in Sudbury closes

Local food store in Sudbury closes

Eat Local Sudbury Co-operative cited 2016 financial crisis for decision
Beef production symposium slated for February

Beef production symposium slated for February

Event aims to create network between Ontario, Québec industries
Province launches agri-food strategy

Province launches agri-food strategy

Plan to grow the agriculture, aquaculture and food-processing sector is part of the Growth Plan for Northern Ontario
More cheese, please

More cheese, please

Ontario-made brand launches first agri-food product
Kenora fishmonger earns provincial food innovation award

Kenora fishmonger earns provincial food innovation award

Freshwater Cuisine recognized for work developing fish products from local catch.
Kapuskasing signs agreement for medical marijuana facility

Kapuskasing signs agreement for medical marijuana facility

CannAssist Canada Inc. is proposing a 29,000-square-foot production facility at the town’s airport.
Wikwemikong to build teaching greenhouse

Wikwemikong to build teaching greenhouse

Community successful in winning $50,000 in Aviva funding
Province recognizes leaders in agri-food industry

Province recognizes leaders in agri-food industry

The province has recognized producers from Manitoulin Island, Kenora, Massey and Cochrane with its Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence.