The Regina Exhibition Affiliation Restricted (REAL) and the advisory board for Canada’s Farm Show — previously generally known as Canada’s Farm Progress Show — have determined the 2021 version of the present goes to be held just about.
“Last year was a difficult year for everyone, globally,” says Tim Reid, president and CEO of REAL, in an announcement issued April 12. “We saw a number of our events get cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, on of them being Canada’s Farm Show. This year after seeing the way so many in our industry, including ourselves, having to adjust to this new normal, the advisory committee decided we could go ahead with Canada’s Farm show in an adjusted capacity, recognizing the show’s importance within the ag industry.”
The free two-day virtual occasion is scheduled to happen on June sixteenth and seventeenth that includes line-up of audio system and panels. Each days can be full of panels, keynotes, improvements showcase and the Ag Tech Problem says present organizers.
The checklist of scheduled audio system embrace former Prime Minister Stephen Harper, former Saskatchewan premier Brad Wall, financier and creator Lord Conrad Black, and Robert Saik. Minister of Agriculture for Saskatchewan, David Marit, may also converse on the position of agriculture in COVID restoration.
Jeff Cockwill, Canada’s Farm Show advisory committee chair, says it was vital to adapt and “make the necessary changes to ensure we could still be a place for industry players to connect, a forum for meaningful dialogue, and a showcase for innovation.”