Calgary delays meat plant vote

Sep 20, 2004
Calgary's City Council, on the night of Monday, September 13, deferred consideration until January 2005 of a meat-packing plant, which had already received technical approval from Calgary's planning commission. The decision came just days after the Canadian government pledged millions in aid for more slaughterhouses to deal with the glut of cattle from the BSE crisis. Few of the slaughterhouse opponents said they believe the $40-million proje...

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