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The next Canola Industry Meeting (CIM) will be held on Wednesday, November 30, 2016, and the Canola Innovation Day (CID) will be on Thursday, December 1, 2016. 
 
The organizing committee invites delegates to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to hear researchers and industry experts discuss the latest developments in the growing canola industry and recent developments in canola genomics. The venue for both meetings is the Hilton Garden Inn, Saskatoon, SK.  

Book your accommodation early to avoid disappointment. 
 
For information on topics and speakers for each of the meetings please click on the links on the left hand side of the this web page.
 
To register click on the "Register" link on the left hand tool bar, this will take you to the registration page where you will fill out your contact information, choose your meeting/s and complete your online payment transaction through a secure payment gateway.

Early bird conference rates: 1 Day Rate:  $100/ 2 Day Rate: $180.00 (Early bird rates end November 1, 2016)
Regular conference rates are in effect from November 2, 2016: 1 Day Rate: $115.00/ 2 Day Rate: $215.00
Registration fees (plus GST) includes all coffee breaks, a lunch each day and a networking reception on November 30, 2016

The following Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for Certified Crop Advisers will be available at the 2016 CIM-CID Workshop:
Canola Industry Meeting: 
  • Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 1.5
  • Crop Management CEUs: 2.5
Canola Innovation Day:
  • Nutrient Management CEUs: 0.5
  • Soil & Water Management CEUs: 1
  • Integrated Pest Management CEUs: 0.5
  • Crop Management CEUs: 3
     
On behalf of the organizing committee:
Wilf Keller Ag-West Bio Inc.
Keith Downey Research Scientist (Emeritus)
Brad Hope Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Clint Jurke Canola Council of Canada
Rex Newkirk University of Saskatchewan
Isobel Parkin Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Curtis Rempel Canola Council of Canada
Andrew Sharpe Global Institute for Food Security 
Mark Smith  National Research Council
Errin Willenborg  SaskCanola 
Sally Vail  Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Barbara Ziesman Government of Saskatchewan
 


 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
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