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Under the Agridome
Philip Shaw DTN Columnist
Fri Aug 8, 2014 05:57 PM CDT

Canadians have a fixation with our border. Every day, Canadians cross that border to visit friends in the United States, shop or generally take advantage of having such a huge economy to our south. Going to the "states," is something many of us, even post 9/11, take a little bit for granted. U.S. Canadian agricultural trade is the largest bilateral trade in the world.

Few of us think of our other border, that's the one to the north with Russia. A few years ago the Russians actually planted a flag on the seabed at the North Pole. Our foreign minister ...

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