CANADA: Agriculture minister reassures Canadians on food safety
The Canadian agriculture minister Lyle Vanclief reassured consumers last week that the bio-terrorism threat was being taken seriously, and emergency plans have been established to allow officials "to be prepared for what you don't know you have to be prepared for". Vanclief provided no details, but told a news conference: "We take the threat of bio-terrorism seriously. We do have a well-planned emergency measure program, a response program in place."
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