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Saskatchewan Urged To Develop More Predictable Permitting For ILO's

The Saskatchewan Stock Growers covered a lot of business during their Annual General Meeting this week.

Among the resolutions passed, members called on the province to work with municipalities and livestock associations to develop a more predictable permitting process for intensive livestock operations.

They also want to see the province work with the federal government and other provincial governments to remove interprovincial barriers to trade of provincially-inspected beef.

Another resolution called on the province to offer incentives to attract processing and value-added facilities to Saskatchewan.

The Stock Growers also called on the province to use the Accelerated Site Closure Plan to clean up orphan oil wells;

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