Canada protests over falling incomes

May 2006
Farmers Weekly;5/5/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 18, p19
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This article reports on the assertions of Canadian farmers regarding the falling farm incomes. The Canadian Federation of Agriculture presented a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper claiming that food supplies were in danger. Farm debt has grown by 90% in the past decade and the debt to equity ratio is now at a record high of almost 20%.


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