Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Direct Energy Centre, Ricoh Coliseum — Exhibition Place, Toronto

“The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is the world’s largest combined indoor agricultural and equestrian show… Building on investments it has made over the past couple of years, The Royal will introduce new features, entertainment and content for its 10-day run… The Royal welcomes more than 300,000 visits over 10 days each fall, generating more than […] Read More

Carcass 101

National Meat Training Centre — Animal Sciences Building, Olds College, Olds, Alta.

Hosted by the Canadian Angus Association in partnership with Certified Angus Beef and supported by ALMA, “the agenda for the two-day course includes analysis of multiple finished cattle from live evaluation through identification of the parts and value of their carcass merit, global differences in carcass utilization, a cutting demonstration and utilization of carcass data […] Read More

Canadian Nutrition Society annual conference

RBC Convention Centre — 375 York Ave., Winnipeg

“We are looking forward to another successful opportunity to bring together scientists, academics, physicians, pharmacists, dietitians, nurses and trainees to participate in this premiere showcase event in nutrition. The exceptional program will cover the nutritional spectrum — including micro- and macro-nutrients, child health, aging, chronic disease, clinical practice, community nutrition, epidemiology, nutrigenomics, food safety and […] Read More

SIAL Canada: The North American Food Marketplace

Direct Energy Centre — 100 Princes' Blvd., Toronto

“SIAL Canada 2015 will be the country’s most important agri-food industry event. SIAL Canada is the only event of its size in the country, bringing together more than 800 national and international exhibitors from 45 countries, all while welcoming more than 14,000 buyers from Canada, the U.S. and 64 other countries… In addition, SIAL Canada […] Read More

Ag in Motion: Western Canada’s Outdoor Farm Expo

15 minutes northwest of Saskatoon — Hwy. 16, Langham, Sask.

“Farmers and agribusinesses in Western Canada now have the opportunity to see the latest agricultural technology in action at Ag In Motion, Western Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. Situated on 320 acres 15 minutes northwest of Saskatoon, Ag in Motion features live demonstrations of field equipment, crops and services.” For more info visit the event website.

Ingredients for Success: The Conference on Food Innovation

Deerfoot Inn and Casino — 1000-11500-35th St. SE, Calgary

“(The conference) is sure to give all participants an unmatched one and a half days of information and perspectives on innovation in the food sector, latest information in food safety, and how innovation can improve profitability. This is your opportunity to network with food sector leaders, and learn new knowledge from high-profile speakers. This conference […] Read More

International Farm Management Congress

Universite Laval — 2325 rue de l'UniversitĂ©, Quebec City

Theme: “Healthy Agriculture for a Healthy World.” “With an increasing world population, an agricultural sector that is in good financial health, economically viable, environmentally sustainable and capable of supplying the necessary components for a healthy diet, will be crucial for our future. The 20th International Farm Management Congress will offer a unique opportunity for participants […] Read More

Visions 2015 – Economic Impacts: Perspectives on Trends in Agriculture, the Environment and Society

Radisson Red Deer — 6500-67th St., Red Deer, Alta.

Hosted by the Alberta Agricultural Economics Association (AAEA) and Resource Economics and Environmental Sociology Student Association (REESSA), the Visions conference “will address current topics, and presentations will be delivered by a variety of speakers from academia, government and industry. Topics include agricultural land use and value drivers, risk and social impact assessment, social license in […] Read More

International Symposium on Bison Health

Radisson Hotel Saskatoon — 405-20th St. E., Saskatoon

“Well known bison veterinarians, animal scientists and industry experts from Canada and the U.S. will offer their insight and perspective and discuss the latest research findings during the invited presentations we are offering. This symposium will focus specifically on health and disease issues that impact the bison industry.” For more information visit the symposium website.