Canola farmers offered ‘no concrete support’ from feds, says Sask. premier | Power & Politics

Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe wrote a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accusing the federal government of offering “no concrete support” for canola producers amid a trade dispute with China. Moe is pressuring the federal government to enact proposed changes that would make it easier for canola farmers affected by the trade spat to get cash advances.
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