The Agricultural Innovation campaign aims to shed light on the sector, celebrate achievements in sustainability, advancements in technology, and promote opportunities for further partnership and economic growth.
The Honourable Marie-Claude Bibeau shares why it’s important for youth to enter the agriculture sector and what challenges the industry is currently facing.
Data from the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity suggests that Canadians trust their food system but are growing more and more interested in how their food is produced
The plant-based sector in Canada is growing rapidly, and this growth is providing myriad benefits for Canadians.
Teaching Ontario’s youth about food and the career opportunities in agri-business should be an important component of their education.
Canadian canola growers support our economic and environmental goals, so let’s ensure that we’re supporting them, too.
Modern soil science is a marvel, and it makes clear the need to preserve the health of Ontario’s Greenbelt soil. It’s going to be the farmers who step up to do it.
To meet the increased demand for food and ensure food security, farmers must do more with less. Here’s how digital tools help.
Like many sectors in the Canadian economy, in agriculture, efficient food production on the farm is possible, in part, because of the use of plastics.
More farmers are going high-tech to remain productive and competitive. Alberta Innovates acts as a bridge between technology and agriculture.