NWT needs its own food supply system

October 2012
Hub (Hay River, NT);10/3/2012, Vol. 40 Issue 32, p4
The article presents information on the need of boosting agriculture in the Northwest Territories as suggested by the XL Foods Inc., thus helping in saving transportation costs, offering protection and reducing carbon footprints.


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