May 25, 2015


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Idle grain cars sit on the tracks south of Kemnay, Man. Slow delivery of last season's bumper grain crop to West Coast ports has $14 billion to $20 billion of it sitting on farms, Ottawa estimates.

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Idle grain cars sit on the tracks south of Kemnay, Man. Slow delivery of last season's bumper grain crop to West Coast ports has $14 billion to $20 billion of it sitting on farms, Ottawa estimates.

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