Agricultural Innovation sheds light on Canada’s agriculture sector by celebrating achievements in sustainability, advancements in technology, and promoting opportunities for further partnership and economic growth.
The Hon. Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, on what it means to be a woman in agriculture and what’s next for the industry.
While you may expect farms to look for candidates with a farming background, all skills and educational backgrounds can contribute to the agri-food sector.
Ontario charity AgScape ignites student interest in careers in the agriculture and food industries, and helps companies hire from outside the industry.
While investing in farmland may not seem a typical way to diversify an investment portfolio, Bonnefield Financial shows how farms can be an investable asset.
Technology and innovation like artificial intelligence and machine learning will help Alberta provide a hungry world with safe, secure, and nutritious food.
Climate change is affecting Ontario’s food systems. By improving soil health, Ontario Greenbelt farmers are helping to reduce climate change impact.
The Canadian Agri-Food Automation and Intelligence Network (CAAIN) facilitates and funds the kind of collaboration that drives real results in agriculture.
Cleanfarms and its members are helping Canadian farmers produce more product while still achieving sustainability goals by offering stewardship programs.
Technological advancements and the demand for sustainable and healthy options have converged to create unprecedented opportunities for Canadian agriculture.