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CANADA-CROPS/
RTXE4WHQ
July 06, 2021
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has...
Manitou, Canada
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has caused canola to flower too early, harming its yield potential. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-CROPS/
RTXE4WHN
July 06, 2021
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has...
Manitou, Canada
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has caused canola to flower too early, harming its yield potential. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-CROPS/
RTXE4WHM
July 06, 2021
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has resulted in...
Winkler, Canada
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has resulted in thin, uneven stands. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-CROPS/
RTXE4WHL
July 06, 2021
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has...
Manitou, Canada
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba
Andy Keen looks over a field of his canola near Manitou, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has caused canola to flower too early, harming its yield potential. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-CROPS/
RTXE4WHK
July 06, 2021
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has resulted in...
Winkler, Canada
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has resulted in thin, uneven stands. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-CROPS/
RTXE4WF9
July 06, 2021
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has resulted in...
Winkler, Canada
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba
Toban Dyck inspects his wheat near Winkler, Manitoba, July 6, 2021. Hot, dry weather has resulted in thin, uneven stands. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
IRAN-CRASH/CANADA-ACADEMIA
RTS2XSQ4
January 09, 2020
A memorial for University of Alberta professors Mojgan Daneshmand and Pedram Mousavi, who were married...
Edmonton, Canada
A memorial for married University of Alberta professors Mojgan Daneshmand and Pedram Mousavi
A memorial for University of Alberta professors Mojgan Daneshmand and Pedram Mousavi, who were married and were killed in the Ukrainian airline crash in Iran, is seen outside Mousavi’s office in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada January 9, 2020. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTX6GH1B
October 25, 2018
Dairy farmer Henry Holtmann observes his cattle being milked on his farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada,...
ROSSER, Canada
Dairy farmer Henry Holtmann observes his cattle being milked on his farm near Rosser, Manitoba
Dairy farmer Henry Holtmann observes his cattle being milked on his farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada, October 5, 2018. Picture taken October 5, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTX6GH19
October 25, 2018
Dairy farmer Henry Holtmann observes his cattle being milked on his farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada,...
ROSSER, Canada
Dairy farmer Henry Holtmann observes his cattle being milked on his farm near Rosser, Manitoba
Dairy farmer Henry Holtmann observes his cattle being milked on his farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada, October 5, 2018. Picture taken October 5, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTX6GH17
October 25, 2018
Alain Philippot checks the dipstick on his milk tank at his farm near St. Claude, Manitoba, Canada, October...
ST. CLAUDE, Canada
Philippot checks the dipstick on his milk tank at his farm near St. Claude
Alain Philippot checks the dipstick on his milk tank at his farm near St. Claude, Manitoba, Canada, October 4, 2018. Picture taken October 4, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTX6GH15
October 25, 2018
A dairy worker tends to cattle being milked on a farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada, October 5, 2018....
ROSSER, Canada
A dairy worker tends to cattle being milked on a farm near Rosser, Manitoba
A dairy worker tends to cattle being milked on a farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada, October 5, 2018. Picture taken October 5, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
TRADE-NAFTA/DAIRY
RTX6GH12
October 25, 2018
Cattle wait their turn to be milked on a farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada, October 5, 2018. Picture...
ROSSER, Canada
Cattle wait their turn to be milked on a farm near Rosser, Manitoba
Cattle wait their turn to be milked on a farm near Rosser, Manitoba, Canada, October 5, 2018. Picture taken October 5, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-MICHAEL/
RTX6EZSN
October 13, 2018
Jo Ann Sutter looks at the damage to St. Andrew United Methodist Church, resulting from Hurricane Michael,...
PANAMA BEACH, UNITED STATES
Jo Ann Sutter looks at the damage to St. Andrew United Methodist Church, resulting from Hurricane Michael,...
Jo Ann Sutter looks at the damage to St. Andrew United Methodist Church, resulting from Hurricane Michael, in Panama City, Florida, U.S., October 13, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-MICHAEL/
RTX6EZPO
October 13, 2018
Catholic Church volunteers serve lunch to people affected by Hurricane Michael, in Callaway, Florida,...
CALLAWAY, UNITED STATES
Catholic Church volunteers serve lunch to people affected by Hurricane Michael, in Callaway, Florida
Catholic Church volunteers serve lunch to people affected by Hurricane Michael, in Callaway, Florida, U.S., October 13, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-MICHAEL/
RTX6ELRY
October 10, 2018
JW and Helen Neal sit in a hotel one mile from their beachfront house due to Hurricane Michael, in Panama...
Panama City, UNITED STATES
JW and Helen Neal sit in a hotel one mile from their beachfront house in Panama City
JW and Helen Neal sit in a hotel one mile from their beachfront house due to Hurricane Michael, in Panama City, Florida, U.S., October 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-MICHAEL/
RTX6EI78
October 10, 2018
Betty Early, 75, reclines in a school hallway being used as a shelter from Hurricane Michael in Panama...
Panama City, UNITED STATES
Betty Early reclines in a school hallway being used as a shelter from Hurricane Michael in Panama City...
Betty Early, 75, reclines in a school hallway being used as a shelter from Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Florida, U.S., October 9 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
OIL-OPEC/
RTS1W7I6
July 10, 2018
OPEC president Suhail al-Mazrouei poses in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel...
Calgary, Canada
OPEC president Suhail al-Mazrouei poses in Calgary
OPEC president Suhail al-Mazrouei poses in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, July 10, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
ENBRIDGE INC-PIPELINE/
RTS1U8CF
June 28, 2018
An activist opposing the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, dangles from a steel structure erected outside...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
An activist opposing the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline dangles from a steel structure erected in St. Paul...
An activist opposing the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, dangles from a steel structure erected outside the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission office in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S., June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
ENBRIDGE INC-PIPELINE/
RTS1U8CC
June 28, 2018
An activist opposing the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, dangles from a steel structure erected outside...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
An activist opposing the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline dangles from a steel structure erected in St. Paul...
An activist opposing the Enbridge Line 3 oil pipeline, dangles from a steel structure erected outside the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission office in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S., June 28, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
ENBRIDGE INC-PIPELINE/
RTS1U1OO
June 27, 2018
Supporters and opponents of Enbridge's Line 3 oil pipeline project fill a hearing room in St. Paul, Minnesota,...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Supporters and opponents of Enbridge's Line 3 oil pipeline project fill a hearing room in St. Paul
Supporters and opponents of Enbridge's Line 3 oil pipeline project fill a hearing room in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S., June 27, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
ENBRIDGE INC-PIPELINE/
RTS1U1JJ
June 27, 2018
Supporters and opponents of Enbridge's Line 3 oil pipeline project fill a hearing room in St. Paul, Minnesota,...
St. Paul, UNITED STATES
Supporters and opponents of Enbridge's Line 3 oil pipeline project fill a hearing room in St. Paul
Supporters and opponents of Enbridge's Line 3 oil pipeline project fill a hearing room in St. Paul, Minnesota, U.S., June 27, 2018. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-NATE/
RTS1FJ87
October 07, 2017
Local residents fill sandbags on Elysian Fields Drive in preparation for Storm Nate in New Orleans, U.S.,...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Local residents fill sandbags on Elysian Fields Drive in preparation for Storm Nate in New Orleans
Local residents fill sandbags on Elysian Fields Drive in preparation for Storm Nate in New Orleans, U.S., October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-NATE/
RTS1FISA
October 07, 2017
Ronnie Weisler, 58, prepares for Storm Nate while his neighbor's car is seen parked in the median in...
New Orleans, UNITED STATES
Weisler, 58, prepares for Storm Nate while his neighbor's car is seen parked in the median in anticipation...
Ronnie Weisler, 58, prepares for Storm Nate while his neighbor's car is seen parked in the median in anticipation of floods in New Orleans, U.S., October 7, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-HARVEY/FEMA-VISITS
RTS1DY61
September 26, 2017
FEMA worker Marilyn Torres hugs Greyson Wittwer, 3, as his mom Lacci Wittwer and FEMA worker John Conti...
KIRBYVILLE, UNITED STATES
FEMA worker Marilyn Torres hugs Greyson Wittwer, 3, as his mom Lacci Wittwer and FEMA worker John Conti...
FEMA worker Marilyn Torres hugs Greyson Wittwer, 3, as his mom Lacci Wittwer and FEMA worker John Conti look on in Kirbyville, Texas, U.S. on September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
STORM-HARVEY/FEMA-VISITS
RTS1DY60
September 26, 2017
JoAnn Ervine, who was forced to leave her home where she had lived for 53 years by boat after Hurricane...
KIRBYVILLE, UNITED STATES
JoAnn Ervine who was forced to leave her home where she had lived for 53 years by boat after Hurricane...
JoAnn Ervine, who was forced to leave her home where she had lived for 53 years by boat after Hurricane Harvey hit, looks around her damaged home while awaiting FEMA assistance in Kirbyville, Texas, U.S. on September 25, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
GRAINS-SUPPLY/
RTS1DXXN
September 26, 2017
Monsanto workers Nathalie de Rocquigny (L), Celeste Giesbrecht and Kwok Chu Tom Li (R) test corn for...
CARMAN, Canada
Monsanto workers Nathalie de Rocquigny, Celeste Giesbrecht and Kwok Chu Tom Li test corn for its response...
Monsanto workers Nathalie de Rocquigny (L), Celeste Giesbrecht and Kwok Chu Tom Li (R) test corn for its response to pathogens on Monsanto's research farm near Carman, Manitoba, Canada June 20, 2017. Photo taken June 20, 2017. To match Special Report GRAINS-SUPPLY/ REUTERS/Rod Nickel
PEOPLE-CARTER/
RTX3BC7M
July 13, 2017
A security guard walks across a parking area at St. Boniface hospital after former U.S. President Jimmy...
Winnipeg, Canada
A security guard walks across a parking area at St. Boniface hospital after former U.S. President Jimmy...
A security guard walks across a parking area at St. Boniface hospital after former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was taken for observation after becoming dehydrated at a charity building project in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada July 13, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-REFUGEES
RTS16YJZ
June 13, 2017
Seidu Mohammed (R), holds a record from a refugee board hearing allowing him to stay in Canada, as Razak...
Winnipeg, Canada
Seidu Mohammed holds a record from a refugee board hearing allowing him to stay in Canada, as Razak Iyal,...
Seidu Mohammed (R), holds a record from a refugee board hearing allowing him to stay in Canada, as Razak Iyal looks on in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, June 9, 2017. The men from Ghana lost fingers to frostbite in December 2016, crossing the border as refugees into Canada from the United States. Photo taken June 9, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-ASYLUMSEEKERS
RTX31IXC
March 17, 2017
Asylum seekers Subir Barman (L) and Shahadat Hossain from Bangladesh, prepare a bed in their room at...
Winnipeg, Canada
Asylum seekers Barman and Hossain from Bangladesh, prepare a bed in their room at the Salvation Army...
Asylum seekers Subir Barman (L) and Shahadat Hossain from Bangladesh, prepare a bed in their room at the Salvation Army shelter where they have spent two weeks in an overflow room with a dozen others in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
USA-IMMIGRATION/CANADA-ASYLUMSEEKERS
RTX31IXB
March 17, 2017
Shahadat Hossain (L) and Subir Barman, asylum seekers from Bangladesh, bag up their belongings in an...
Winnipeg, Canada
Hossain and Barman, asylum seekers from Bangladesh, bag up their belongings in an overflow room at the...
Shahadat Hossain (L) and Subir Barman, asylum seekers from Bangladesh, bag up their belongings in an overflow room at the Salvation Army shelter in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, March 16, 2017. REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-HELIUM/
RTX2JKFA
July 04, 2016
A truck operated by Germany's Linde Group waits for helium to be loaded at Weil Group's helium plant...
MANKOTA, Canada
A truck operated by Germany's Linde Group waits for helium to be loaded at Weil Group's helium plant...
A truck operated by Germany's Linde Group waits for helium to be loaded at Weil Group's helium plant near Mankota, Saskatchewan, Canada onJune 20, 2016. Picture taken June 20, 2016. To match Feature CANADA-HELIUM/ REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-HELIUM/
RTX2JKF9
July 04, 2016
A view inside Weil Group's helium plant in Mankota, Saskatchewan, Canada June 20, 2016. Picture taken...
MANKOTA, Canada
View inside Weil Group's helium plant in Mankota
A view inside Weil Group's helium plant in Mankota, Saskatchewan, Canada June 20, 2016. Picture taken June 20, 2016. To match Feature CANADA-HELIUM/ REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-HELIUM/
RTX2JKF6
July 04, 2016
A view of Weil Group's helium plant in Mankota, Saskatchewan, June 20, 2016. Picture taken June 20, 2016....
MANKOTA, Canada
A view of Weil Group's helium plant is shown in Mankota
A view of Weil Group's helium plant in Mankota, Saskatchewan, June 20, 2016. Picture taken June 20, 2016. To match Feature CANADA-HELIUM/ REUTERS/Rod Nickel
CANADA-HELIUM/
RTX2JKF5
July 04, 2016
Operator Harlan Highsaw works at Weil Group's helium plant near Mankota, Saskatchewan, Canada June 20,...
MANKOTA, Canada
Operator Harlan Highsaw works at Weil Group's helium plant near Mankota
Operator Harlan Highsaw works at Weil Group's helium plant near Mankota, Saskatchewan, Canada June 20, 2016. Picture taken June 20, 2016. To match Feature CANADA-HELIUM/ REUTERS/Rod Nickel
US-DENBURY-RESOURCES-EXXON-BAKKEN
RTR38EZA
September 25, 2012
Craig Paradis (L) of Advance Drilling, operates the brake handle on a drilling rig for Crescent Point...
OUNGRE, Canada
Roughnecks operate a drilling rig near Oungre, Saskatchewan
Craig Paradis (L) of Advance Drilling, operates the brake handle on a drilling rig for Crescent Point Energy as two roughnecks add a pipe extension to drill deeper into the Bakken formation near Oungre, Saskatchewan in this picture taken June 20, 2012. Exxon Mobil Corp will buy Denbury Resources Inc's properties in the Bakken shale for $1.6 billion and the exchange of some assets as the world's largest publicly traded energy company seeks to boost its crude oil output. The use of technologies like hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling have unlocked vast supplies of oil and gas. Output in the Bakken - which spans North Dakota, Montana and Canada - is expected to double to about 1.2 million barrels per day by 2015. Picture taken June 20, 2012. REUTERS/Rod Nickel (CANADA - Tags: ENERGY BUSINESS)
CROPS-CANADA
RTR2LWNH
May 02, 2011
Saturated fields are seen near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan are seen April 28, 2011. Planting is about two...
Saskatoon, Canada
Saturated fields are seen near Saskatoon
Saturated fields are seen near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan are seen April 28, 2011. Planting is about two weeks behind schedule across the Prairie provinces of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba due to extensive flooding of rivers and late spring melting of snow on ground that is already saturated from last year's rains. Photo taken April 28, 2011. REUTERS/Rod Nickel (CANADA - Tags: AGRICULTURE ENVIRONMENT)
CANADA-FREEZING/
RTXCG1M
March 07, 2009
Christopher Pauchay is escorted out of court in Rose Valley, Saskatchewan, March 6, 2009. Pauchay, the...
ROSE VALLEY, Canada
Pauchay is escorted out of court in Rose Valley
Christopher Pauchay is escorted out of court in Rose Valley, Saskatchewan, March 6, 2009. Pauchay, the father of two young girls who froze to death because of his heavy drinking, was sentenced to three years in prison by a Canadian judge, who rejected the recommendation of a traditional Indian sentencing circle that he serve no time. REUTERS/Rod Nickel (CANADA)
CANADA-FREEZING/
RTXCG1J
March 07, 2009
Christopher Pauchay (L) is escorted out of court in Rose Valley, Saskatchewan, March 6, 2009. Pauchay,...
ROSE VALLEY, Canada
Pauchay is escorted out of court in Rose Valley
Christopher Pauchay (L) is escorted out of court in Rose Valley, Saskatchewan, March 6, 2009. Pauchay, the father of two young girls who froze to death because of his heavy drinking, was sentenced to three years in prison by a Canadian judge, who rejected the recommendation of a traditional Indian sentencing circle that he serve no time. REUTERS/Rod Nickel (CANADA)
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