Heinz plant closure expected to have widespread economic impact

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Ontario’s agriculture industry and the provincial government are scrambling to contain the fallout, which may affect land values and white bean production


I take it a transition plan means transition funding . When will agriculture representatives stop looking for hand outs for their groupies that they are part of and look at doing things for all who they are supposed to represent ?

When does the rest of business get transition funding when they get put in shut down mode because companies leave Ontario because of gov policy ? I mean really now . If these farmers made finacial decisions with no contracts then too bad so sad , sucks to be you . You live with your business managemant decision mistake .

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