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Canada’s Agriculture Day 2019 in Ottawa
Let’s celebrate the food we love – again!
Join us on February 12, 2019 for Canada’s Agriculture Day in Ottawa hosted by Ag More Than Ever.
Spend the day with agvocates, industry leaders and youth from across Canada to discuss and share ideas about the future of food. This will be followed by an evening reception with food and hospitality that reflects our diverse industry.
Check back soon for more details and full speaker line up.
Register before December 14: $140
Register after December 15: $190
Get a special room rate at Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre
This year, FCC has created a Shared Participant List. This is for you to provide contact information with other attendees to arrange for networking opportunities. To sign up, select ‘opt in’ on the Eventbrite registration page.
Please note: Photographs, video or audio recordings will be taken at Canada’s Agriculture Day 2019 in Ottawa. FCC may use any of these for media communications or promotional materials relating to Ag Day in Canada, Ag More Than Ever, and similar announcements or releases to promote the agricultural sector in Canada.
Delta Hotels Ottawa City Centre
The future of food
10:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Check back for agenda and speaker line-up.
Sir John A. Macdonald Building
Let's celebrate the food we love
5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Location: Sir John A. Macdonald Building
Honourable Lawrence MacAulay
Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Minister Lawrence MacAulay has been the member of Parliament for Cardigan in Prince Edward Island since 1988. In 2015, he won his ninth consecutive election and was appointed minister for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. As Minister, some of his work includes the Canadian Agricultural Partnership and the development of a Food Policy for Canada. He has previously served as Solicitor General of Canada, Minister of Labour, Secretary of State (Veterans) and Secretary of State (ACOA). Prior to his first election, he was a successful seed potato farmer and dairy farmer in Prince Edward Island.