Salmonella outbreak linked to onions hits Alberta especially hard
Alberta has seen more than half of Canadian cases of salmonella infections linked to red onions grown in the U.S.
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The total oil and gas rig count in the U.S. fell by 4 this week, with the oil rig count dropping below 180 for the first time in over a decade
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