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Cliff Jamieson Canadian Grains Analyst
Wed Feb 12, 2014 05:03 PM CST

Data indicating movement of some grains ahead of past years will provide little comfort to the industry given the sheer volume that needs to move and the fact that movement is behind schedule as much as 51,000 cars, as indicated by an unconfirmed social media release.

The current backlog in shipping will be addressed by a delegation appointed by Premier Brad Wall of Saskatchewan to meet with industry representatives as well as to pressure the federal government to keep the issue on the priority list. Saskatchewan's Agriculture Minister, the Economy Minister and the Infrastructure Minister as well as the Legislative ...

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