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XL Foods recall

he lawsuit is against XL Foods Inc., which operated a meat-packing plant in southern Alberta during a tainted beef recall in 2012.
EDMONTON - Lawyers have brokered a tentative deal to settle part of a class-action lawsuit filed over an E. coli outbreak
OTTAWA - Highlights of the report released Tuesday by auditor general Michael Ferguson: — The September 2012 recall of seven
CALGARY - Federal Health Minister Rona Ambrose says she's disappointed that more progress isn't being made in labelling meats
Edmonton lawyer Richard Mallett says about 200 people who got sick from eating E. coli-tainted beef in Canada, as well as
CALGARY - It was largely symbolic, but one year after the largest meat recall in Canadian history, the city of Brooks in
Several community leaders got their first tour of the former XL Foods meatpacking plant in Brooks since the site closed last
It could have been a horde of germs from a contaminated animal passing through a super shredder, a new report suggests. Or
SASKATOON - Canada's food watchdog is planning to impose tougher rules to deal with the threat of E. coli in slaughterhouses
There are now 75 people from across the country who have joined a $17-million class-action lawsuit against the company that