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21 new calves spotted in Salish Sea so far this year in whale baby boom
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30% of old forests on high-productivity sites, 75% off limits
Businesses need answers, said the Chamber
New artistic director’s sights set on next year’s 30th anniversary event
This Is My Prairie, features country luminaries including Brett Kissel, Terri Clark and Paul Brandt
Concerns have been raised about the present quest for private space flight
The B.C. Liberals have always been an uneasy coalition of conservative and liberal voters,
People across Canada have been waking up to find putting the spread on their toast a bit tougher.
Has your butter changed from how you remember it?
Starting with a cookbook author’s comment on Twitter, Canadians began to share how the butter they were using wasn’t as soft as they were used to after leaving it out.
The Dairy Farmers of Canada even officially asked its members to consider not using palm oil in their feed as a potential reason for why people have been encountering harder butter.
Of course, a part of how hard your better is depends on how you like to keep your kitchen.
Let us know how you feel about your butter by voting in our poll below.
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