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Three grain buyer licences suspended

The licences were suspended by the Canadian Grain Commission
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A field of peas. (Getty Images)

The Canada Grain Commission has suspended licences of three buyers of pulse and specialty crops in Canada.

Affected companies are Canpulse Foods Ltd. Global Grain Canada Ltd. and its parent Globeway Canada Inc. The suspension was effective Oct. 31.

A Dubai company owns Globeways Canada of Mississauga, Ont.

In Western Canada, Canpulse has an elevator licence at Kindersley, Sask., while Global Grain Canada has an elevator licence for Plum Coulee, Man.

The licence suspension means farmers selling to these companies have no protection from losses under producer payment laws.