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Paterson Grain’s current elevator at Rosser, Man., is the largest in its Prairie primary grain handling network at 121,000 tonnes capacity. (Dave Bedard file photo)

Paterson stakes Manitoba site for oat processing plant

Up to a quarter million tonnes of oats per year could find a new end use as a Winnipeg agrifood company sets up a new oat processing plant near its home base. Privately-held Paterson GlobalFoods (PGF) announced Thursday it will start construction “immediately” on the new plant, on part of its 600-acre site next to […] Read more

The site of the planned Paterson Grain terminal just outside of Bowden. The Winnipeg company now says construction will not start until spring in order to comply with all provincial wetlands regulations.

Construction of Bowden grain terminal delayed until spring

Paterson Grain says it is disappointed it couldn’t start building the $40-million terminal this fall

Reading Time: 2 minutes Paterson Grain is delaying construction of its Bowden grain terminal until spring. The family-owned Winnipeg-based grain-handling company had hoped to begin construction this fall but meeting Alberta Environment requirements in regards to wetlands is taking longer than expected, said the company’s corporate development officer. “It is unfortunate, but it does not change our view of […] Read more

(Dave Bedard photo)

Paterson to build new central Alta. elevator

Winnipeg’s Paterson Grain has lined up property off the QE2 Highway in central Alberta for its next inland grain terminal. The company announced Monday it would start construction “immediately” at a site near Bowden, Alta., about 40 km south of Red Deer, to start taking grain in 2017. The facility, when complete, will have storage […] Read more