CANADA’S FARMERS GET A HIT ON CANADA Canada’s fruit growers have had a big week.

The government has announced that it has granted a total of $3.3 billion in tax relief for growers who sell their produce to food service and convenience stores across Canada.

The relief covers fruit, berries and vegetables, and will be used to support the Canadian Wheat Board and its regional operations.

This will help the industry, and help make a dent in the food system.

The Federal Food Inspection Agency will also be able to sell produce directly to customers, providing more choices to consumers.

In the food service industry, the relief will be worth more than the entire tax benefit for the industry.

It will also help to support Canada’s food safety system, which is also one of the strongest in the world.

The federal government has promised to increase funding for food safety programs, including by $2.3 million for the Canadian Food Inspection Service.

The CFS is also responsible for overseeing all food safety in Canada.

In addition, the CFS announced plans to offer $2 billion in funding for a new food processing plant to create 2,500 jobs.

This plant will create at least 500 jobs in Ontario, and at least 1,000 jobs in British Columbia.

This new plant will support Canadian food producers with an investment of at least $2 million.

In the United States, there are also plans to create another 1,400 jobs.

In Canada, the government will invest at least half of that investment.

The relief is also expected to create more than 1,600 new jobs in the industry and boost overall employment.

This is in addition to the jobs created by the farm bill.

The farm bill also provides a temporary boost to the agricultural sector.

In addition to this temporary boost, it also helps the food industry and supports food safety efforts in Canada by boosting tax incentives for food processing and by providing more food safety training and assistance.

It is important to note that the farm program is a temporary measure, which will be repealed in the coming months.

There are many other measures that will be available to the industry to help them weather the downturn in the economy.

It is important that we remember that these measures are temporary, and that they are temporary measures.

We need to take the time to get our agriculture back on track and support the farmers who have been impacted by the recession.

Food processors and producers are pleased to see this relief, which should help to create a level playing field for all Canadians.

We know that the food economy is vital to the economy and the economy of Canada, and we are confident that the new $2-billion investment will help to build a better food system for Canadians.

Canada’s Food and Drug Administration is the main authority for approving food, food products and food ingredients.

The agency oversees the food safety and food safety approval process, and regulates many aspects of the food supply chain including food processing, packaging and labeling.

The agency’s main responsibilities include: regulating food products; ensuring food safety; and developing standards for food.

The Food and Drugs Act also regulates the safety of food products.