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24/09/2014
Join us for a webinar that will help you feel more confident and prepared to be a stronger voice for the industry. Over these 60 minutes, Andrew Campbell will talk about the importance of using social media to foster a positive perception of the industry – and show some real-life success stories. He'll also talk about how to deal with some of the not-so-positive dialogue out there. It's not always easy, but it's important – and everyone can do it.
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Andrew Campbell
Fresh Air Media; Bellson Farms
20/08/2014
Tweeting: it's not just for the birds anymore. But how do you use it? Join us for a webinar that will help you to tell ag's positive story using Twitter and Facebook. Social media guru Megan Madden will tell you everything you need to know to join the ag and food conversation online. She'll help you decide which tools are best for you – and show you how to get up and running.
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Megan Madden Owner
southpaw PR
23/04/2014
FCC Chief Agricultural Economist J.P. Gervais examines the results of the annual Farmland Values Report. This webinar covers current and global economic trends as well as national and provincial results from 2013, along with analysis and insights on what the results could mean for your business.
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Jean-Philippe Gervais Chief Agricultural Economist
FCC
16/04/2014
You want to speak up and speak positively, and you know having those conversations can be challenging. Join us for a webinar designed to help you learn the art – and science – of having meaningful discussions about ag and food. It’s one more tool in the continuing support Ag More Than Ever offers to help partners and agvocates increase positive dialogue about ag.
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31/03/2014
Hear from Rejean Pommainville, who experienced a serious farm injury on his operation, talk to us about the impact it had on his farm and on his life.
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Réjean Pommainville Director
Ontario Federation of Agriculture
24/03/2014
Overview of: farm safety responsibilities, developing procedures, training, and emergency preparedness
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Glen Blahey Agricultural Health & Safety Specialist
Canadian Agricultural Safety Association
19/03/2014
Join FCC’s chief economist to learn about global trends and their impact on Canadian farm income. The presentation will review key economic issues and their linkages to agriculture as well as provide an outlook for grains, livestock and farmland values.
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Jean-Philippe Gervais Chief Agricultural Economist
FCC
17/03/2014
What, Why, When, Where, Who and How! Highlight the importance of a Farm Safety Plan, how to use the CASA resource and resources and information available.
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Glen Blahey Agricultural Health & Safety Specialist
Canadian Agricultural Safety Association
10/03/2014
This webinar will cover: Farm Safety in Canada and the Role of CASA; Who We Are; What do we want to achieve?; Stats on ag fatalities in Canada; What do we Know?; 3E’s of Injury Prevention; Safety Hierarchy; CASA Strategy and how we achieve it; Reinforcement Activities; Recognition Activities; Leadership Activities; Outlook for Ag Safety in Canada
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Marcel Hacault Executive Director
Canadian Agricultural Safety Association
06/03/2014
On March 5th and 6th, 2014, representatives from federal and provincial governments, industry, and the agricultural and financial sectors participated in the AgriRisk Initiatives Forum. This portion of the forum includes: Bob Friesen (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada), Gary Skogberg (Co-operators), Shawn Jacques (Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation), Gary Hutchings (AON Benfield), Rosser Lloyd (Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada), and Glen Snoek (Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers).
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06/03/2014
On March 5th and 6th, 2014, representatives from federal and provincial governments, industry, and the agricultural and financial sectors participated in the AgriRisk Initiatives Forum. This portion of the forum includes: Jim McCarney (Guy Carpenter), Jenn McTavish (Ontario Sheep Marketing Agency), and Gerald Post (Nova Scotia Department of agriculture and Fisheries).
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06/03/2014
On March 5th and 6th, 2014, representatives from federal and provincial governments, industry, and the agricultural and financial sectors participated in the AgriRisk Initiatives Forum. This portion of the forum includes: Chris Byra (Canadian Swine Health Intelligence Network), Gary Falk (BC Ministry of Agriculture and Lands), and Robert Burden (Serecon), and Calum Turvey (Cornell University).
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06/03/2014
On March 5th and 6th, 2014, representatives from federal and provincial governments, industry, and the agricultural and financial sectors participated in the AgriRisk Initiatives Forum. This portion of the forum includes: Chris Dyck (Agriculture Financial Services Corporation), Lisa Porth (University of Manitoba), Neil Hamilton (Manitoba Agricultural Services Corporation), Myles Watts (Watts and Associates), Andre Patry (CEIRA), and Ian Miller (Atradius), Ron Gibson (Gibson Capital Inc.).
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05/03/2014
On March 5th and 6th, 2014, representatives from federal and provincial governments, industry, and the agricultural and financial sectors participated in the AgriRisk Initiatives Forum. This portion of the forum includes: John Drakeford (AON Benfield), Daniel Miguez (Argentina), and Jacqueline Milne (Territorial Farmers Association).
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05/03/2014
On March 5th and 6th, 2014, representatives from federal and provincial governments, industry, and the agricultural and financial sectors participated in the AgriRisk Initiatives Forum. This portion of the forum includes: Barbara Turley-McIntyre (The Cooperators), Tim Watts (Watts and Associates), Jonathan Boudreau (La Financière agricole du Québec), and Gary Reusche (International Finance Corporation).
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