The Canadian Press

2012-09-28 | Beef Recall

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The Canadian Food Inspection Agency temporarily suspended the operating license for XL Foods, the Brooks, Alberta meat-packing plant at the center of an E. coli outbreak and massive beef recall. The outbreak left 18 Canadians ill. Brooks Mayor Martin Shields said about 22-hundred people work at the facility. He said the shutdown would affect the local economy. (The XL Foods plant resumed shipments of beef on November 16th. In December, the company was given the green light to resume beef shipments to the US.)

Date: 2012-09-28
Placeline: EDMONTON, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 20 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << that means there's about 2,200 people who are gainfully employed with that company in in the lot of them live within our community that that's a very large concerned we hope that when they say temporary that that means that with the agencies involved in the company that we working quickly to rectify that situation so that they can be back in business >>