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Dairy farmers pushed record-breaking price hike for milk even higher

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A record-breaking price hike for milk announced by the Canadian Dairy Commission would have been lower if the country’s dairy farmers hadn’t intervened.

The commission announced in October it would be raising the price paid to farmers for milk next year by 8.4 per cent. Internal records obtained by Global News show the increase would have been less if the normal method for setting prices was used. “The (commission’s) process ignores impacts on Canadian retailers, restaurants and families,” Michelle Wasylyshen, national spokesperson for the Retail Council of Canada, said. Read more: Milk, cheese and butter prices could soar in Canada next year When the commission wants to raise the price of milk, it considers the cost of production, the

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