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NHK to supply Discovery Channel with over 70 hours of programming
Japan’s national broadcaster NHK announced that it has signed a contract to supply programs to Discovery Channel Canada. NHK will supply over 70 hours of programming between now...
BC Minister of Mining encourages Japanese Investment in Canada over China
British Columbia’s Minister of State for Mining, Kevin Krueger, recently visited Japan following a visit to China. In a Japanese newspaper interview, he stressed BC’s rich and...
Canadian Fishing Restrictions Raise Price of Herring Roe in Japan
Auctions of Canadian herring roe have been underway for nearly a month in Osaka, Kobe, and Nagoya. Canadian fishing restrictions resulting in a smaller catch are raising prices in...
Japan accepts Potash Price Hike from Canpotex
Negotiations between Canada’s largest potash producer, Canpotex, and Japanese potash buyers (agriculture cooperatives and trading companies) over the January-to-June 2008 price of...
Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada release details of Research Grants Program
The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada has announced details of its Research Grants Program which is principally funded through the proceeds of an endowment established by the...
Canadian Ministry of Agriculture aims for an end to Japan’s strict age limits for imported beef
Canadian Minister of Agriculture and Agri-food Gerry Ritz met with Japan’s Senior Vice Minister of Agriculture Masahiro Imamura on the sidelines of an FAO (United Nations Food and...
Kochi Prefecture explores Biomass energy and eco-tourism in Toronto
Japan’s Kochi Prefecture recently sent a 23-member mission on an 8-day study trip to Canada to learn about biomass energy and environmentally friendly tourism. In Toronto the...
Japanese Mikan Oranges shipped to Canada for Christmas
Sixty tonnes of tangerines (mikan) from Kanagawa Prefecture southwest of Tokyo have been shipped from Shimizu port to Canada where they will be sold as "Christmas oranges" under...
Canadian Pacific Kazunoko Association Seminar in Nagoya
The Canadian Pacific Kazunoko (herring roe) Association organized a seminar in Nagoya last month sponsored by the Japan Dietetic Association and Healthy Nippon 21 Council. Two...
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