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Virtual Presentation Links:
- AAFC Research Presentation – Beatrice Amyotte, AAFC Berry Breeder
- Cow Signals Presentation – Dan Mosley, Dairy Specialist, Perennia
- Webinar one – Tuesday 4 May, 7 – 8pm
- Webinar two – Tuesday 11 May, 7 – 8pm
- Webinar three – Tuesday 18 May, 7 – 8pm
- Workshop – 24 – 26 May 2021
Speakers: Andrea Clarkson and Nigel Kendall, via MS Teams
The pandemic has highlighted the contribution of foreign nationals in Canada, across all sectors and skill levels. During the global COVID-19 pandemic, there is an increased need to ensure that Canada has the necessary workforce to support the physical health and wellbeing of individuals, as well as the economic recovery. The public policies targets foreign nationals with at least one year of work experience in Canada in an essential occupation and foreign nationals who have been granted an eligible Canadian credential, and who are currently employed in Canada, in recognition of their economic contribution and in acknowledgement of the ongoing need that Canada has for these professionals.
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada’s Outreach Officers would like to invite employers to attend a 30 minute virtual information session to learn about the new temporary public policies to facilitate the granting of permanent residence for foreign nationals in Canada. The presentation will be followed by an opportunity to ask questions.
Co-hosted with the forWater Network, and part of the Water Institute’s WaterTalks lecture series, Christophe Darnault, Associate Professor Department of Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences at Clemson University, and Adrian Collins, Hydrologist and Head of Sustainable Agriculture Sciences at Rothamsted Research North Wyke in the United Kingdom, will present “Water & Sustainable Agricultural Systems: Two examples of innovative source water protection strategies that use policy and conservation for improved impact.”
NSFA will be hosting an information session on the Agriculture Climate Solutions program and what this could look like in Nova Scotia. The session will include a presentation about projects in the PEI living lab and plans for a phase one applications.
Crop protection products are an important tool enabling farmers to produce more food in a sustainable way. In this webinar, Dr. David Pinzon will discuss the importance of crop protection products and how they contribute to sustainable crop production. He’ll also provide an overview of how regulators determine these products can be used safely.
David is a PhD plant scientist and Ag Advocate working at Corteva Agriscience as a Regulatory Affairs Manager in Calgary, Alberta. He’s passionate about educating people about the scientific and practical aspects of agriculture.
Join Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada for a first that you won’t want to miss! The Sherbrooke Research and Development Centre, which specializes in dairy and pork research, invites all scientists from Canada and other countries, as well as producers and stakeholders in the Canadian dairy and pork sectors, to its very first virtual scientific symposium.