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Must-see talks at the 2020 virtual Green Industry Show and Conference

Alberta’s Green Industry Show and Conference is running virtually Nov 18-20, 2020. Trade show is free to attend. Here are highlights from the speakers program.

Ontario rolls out new strategy to prevent and contain COVID outbreaks on farms

The Ontario government announced a comprehensive strategy yesterday to help prevent and contain COVID-19 outbreaks in agri-food workplaces.

Documentary provides inside look at foreign worker experience during COVID

Nature Fresh Farms has released a 22-minute documentary offering an inside look at their operations during the COVID-19 outbreak, centering around the experiences of temporary foreign workers.
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