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South Korea resumes wheat imports from Canada after no GMOs detected in shipments

Gordon Kent | 
South Korea is importing Canadian wheat again eight days after suspending purchases following the announcement that a handful of unauthorized ...

Canadian farmers concerned introduction of GMO alfalfa could hurt foreign sales

Dave Lazzarino | 
The GLP aggregated and excerpted this blog/article to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis. A select group of ...

Widespread confusion among Canadians over what foods are genetically modified

Cailynn Klingbeil | 
Genetic modification has been a polarizing issue since genetically modified seeds were first approved and planted in Canada in the ...

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