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Kent Charteris, left, with David Mitchell during a panel discussion at the APAS AGM in Regina Wednesday.
Kent Charteris, left, with David Mitchell during a panel discussion at the APAS AGM in Regina Wednesday. Twitter/Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan

APAS talks sub surface rights

By Michael Joel-Hansen
November 29, 2018 - 9:10am Updated: November 29, 2018 - 12:06pm

The rights of landowners have been front and center recently in Saskatchewan.

This issue was tackled at the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) annual general meeting in Regina Wednesday.

A local farmer says the actions of Animal Protection Services was heavy-handed but the agency said they have the right to assist animals in distress.
A local farmer says the actions of Animal Protection Services was heavy-handed but the agency said they have the right to assist animals in distress. The Canadian Press

Cattle farmer furious with protection services action on his property

By Glenn Hicks
October 31, 2018 - 5:30pm

A local cattle farmer says he and his herd were distressed by what he’s describing as the heavy-handed approach by the province's Animal Protection Services. However, the provincial agency said they have the right to move onto a property to assist animals in need of protection.

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