XL FOODS RECALL

AP

B.C. Confirms First E.Coli Case

VANCOUVER - A Nanaimo resident has become the first person in British Columbia confirmed to have been sickened by tainted beef processed by the XL Foods plant in Alberta.Health officials say lab tests...
Alamy

Higher Steaks For U.S.

EDMONTON - The U.S. Food Safety Inspection Service has almost tripled its estimate of the amount of recalled beef that was imported from the XL Foods Inc. plant in Brooks, Alberta.The agency has issue...
Alamy

Saskatchewan Grilling Beef Safety

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says the current beef recall is something his cabinet ministers are talking about, and they have questions about the way inspectors check the safety of the food supply....
CP

Ritz Says Tainted Plant Won't Re-Open

OTTAWA - The company at the centre of Canada's latest E. coli scare took responsibility for the problem Thursday as Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz stared down a firestorm of opposition criticism of o...