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XL Foods e coli

Tragedies like the 2008 listeriosis outbreak involving Maple Leaf Foods, the 2012 E. coli contamination at XL Foods or even the more recent rail disaster at Lac-Mégantic remind us that government oversight of everything from food production to labour standards to transportation is key to keeping Canadians safe. 70 per cent of aviation companies in Canada were not inspected at all in 2010-11. Welcome to Conservative Canada, where the next industrial tragedy is waiting in the wings.
An Alberta meat-processing plant at the centre of Canada's largest beef recall was ordered to address serious problems six
XL Foods is dumping beef tainted with E.coli into a landfill in Brooks, Alta. The company took about 1.3 million pounds of
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency says inspectors did not find any E.coli contamination in 5,100 beef carcasses that were
A 15-year-old boy from Nanaimo and a Vancouver woman are suing XL Foods, which owns the Alberta-based meat packing company
According to provincial health officials, more than a dozen cases of E. coli in Saskatchewan are likely not connected to
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has expanded its list of recalled beef products to include three British Columbia retailers
XL Foods Inc. says it is taking full responsibility and pledged to regain the trust of consumers as a massive recall of meat
The recent recalls from Alberta Beef plant XL Foods have raised concerns about E. coli. There have been five cases of people
As more beef products were recalled Sundayover E. coli concerns, Premier Alison Redford touted the safety and quality of