There has been some movement this week from China in regards to the stopping of canola seed shipments from Winnipeg-based Richardson International.
Canada's Agriculture Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau explained.
"They have finally agreed this week, our Canadian scientists will have further discussions to understand really the issue, what they have found. This is great that China has agreed to have this science-based discussion," she said.
China revoked Richardson's canola shipping permit, stating they found hazardous organisms in canola shipments from the Canadian company.