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Canada’s Farm Show Regina, SK

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June 18-20, 2024 Tuesday to Wednesday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. & Thursday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
1700 Elphinstone Street
Regina, SK
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CFS 2024 Schedule – The Launch Pad is Presented by Deloitte

The Launch Pad is located in the Viterra International Trade Centre, Hall A

Time Speaker Topic Description

7:00 AM – 9:00 AM

Regina and District Chamber of Commerce

Innovations Awards Presented by Greenwave Innovations and Farms.com.

The Launch Pad Presented by Deloitte.

Premier’s Breakfast

Join us on June 18 for the Premier’s Breakfast, where Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe will deliver his State of Agriculture in Saskatchewan address on day one of Canada’s Farm Show, presented by Viterra. This breakfast is in partnership with the Regina and District Chamber of Commerce.

*Ticketed Event*

10:00 AM

Shaun Haney, REAL Agriculture

Ag Talk: 5 things to Watch out for in Agriculture

In this keynote presentation, Shaun Haney talks about the key topics that are impacting farmers and ranchers across Canada and the United States. Whether it’s policy, economics trade, agronomics or ag technology, Haney will weave in opinion, perspective, and data. 

10:45 AM

Joint Announcement with the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS) and Farm Credit Canada (FCC)

Accelerating innovation in Canadian agriculture: Join the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS), the University of Saskatchewan and Farm Credit Canada (FCC), for an important announcement supporting agricultural innovation. Speakers include Saskatchewan Minister of Agriculture David Marit, FCC President and CEO Justine Hendricks, GIFS CEO Steve Webb, University of Saskatchewan Vice President of Research Baljit Singh and GIFS Board Chair and Saskatchewan farmer Alanna Koch.

11:30 AM

Walter Schwabe

AI in Agriculture: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly. Agri-Business Evolved – Accelerate your Business Future with AI (Artificial Intelligence).

Join veteran presenter Walter Schwabe for an exciting journey into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its transformative potential in agriculture. Information derived from his work as a CEO in AI and research performed in the agricultural sector in Canada, the US and Jamaica to help farmers and industry navigate the impact and harness the power of AI and machine learning automation.

Learn the latest on how AI is helping to boost crop health, and crop output, increase efficiencies and reduce operational risks; while reviewing current technological limitations and industry concerns. Keeping with the over-arching theme of Digital Transformation within various organizations.  Walter delivers a valuable AI framework and/or roadmap for the implementation of AI.  Explaining the potential future positive and negative impact on agricultural organizations and businesses on how to prepare for this change and the future of work in general. 

AI is changing everything! Marketing and communications, automating business processes, and research, increasing production outputs, efficiencies, and accuracy via automation, reducing mistakes, fraud, and labour requirements, and increasing serious risk factors too…New entire business segments only just invented are being deployed…business needs to be aware and prepared if they want to stay competitive.  

12:30 PM

Matthew Johnson

AG Talk: Drones in Agriculture 

A passionate advocate for education and innovation, Matthew is dedicated to inspiring the next generation of leaders in the drone and machine learning sectors. Through captivating storytelling and actionable insights, Matthew shares his journey of transformation, offering audiences a roadmap to success in an ever-evolving landscape.  

1:30 PM

Janelle Kuntz- SCIC Manager, Program Advisor

AG TALK: The Importance of Business Risk Management for Farm Operations

2:00 PM

Derek Molner – Territory Manager | Marketing Manager, Degelman Industries 

PRODUCT LAUNCH

Degelman Industries –  
Exclusive Canadian Premiere of the 
HDSR Series of Staggered Ripper 

3:15 PM

Cultivator powered by Conexus 

24 Hour Start Up | AGTECH – Pitch Finale 

The schedule is subject to change.

Time Speaker Topic Description

10:00 AM

Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel – Farmer, Speaker, Advocate and Host of Canada’s Farm Show Launch Pad

Welcome and Greetings

10:15 AM

Alumni Panelists
1) Mokah Shmigelsky – OneCup AI
2) Kyle Folk – Ground Truth Ag
3) Sean O’Connor- 4Ag
Moderator, Bre Walkeden

GLOBAL AGTECH SUMMIT
Alumni Panel 

 

Join us for a panel discussion featuring innovative founders from the AGTECH ACCELERATOR program. From precision agriculture and automation to animal AgTech and digital solutions, our panelists will share their experiences, challenges, and visions for driving innovation in AgTech 

10:45 AM

Chris Paterson, Venture Partner- Tall Grass Ventures

GLOBAL AGTECH SUMMIT
Keynote
Farmer Adoption / State of Agtech

Explore the state of AgTechs in this engaging keynote and discover farmer adoption rates and sentiments for the future of agriculture technology.  

 

11:15 AM

1) Kristjan Hebert, President- Hebert Group
2) Evan Shout, President + Co founder- Maverick Ag Ltd
3) Justine Hendricks, President +CEO, Farm Credit Canada

GLOBAL AGTECH SUMMIT
The Truth About Ag
On stage podcast

Step into the world of agriculture innovation with an exciting live, on-stage podcast session. Justine Hendricks, President, and CEO of Farm Credit Canada (FCC) will join Kristjan Hebert and Evan Shout on The Truth About Ag podcast to explore the latest trends, challenges, and breakthroughs shaping the future of agriculture.  

12:00 PM

Product Launch Presented by Deloitte

1:00 PM

1) Leonardo Sabo, Principal- Mandi Ventures
2) Juliana Green, Principal- FMC Ventures
3) Anita Ludwar, Principal- The 51 Food & Agtech Fund
4) Moderated by Rob Russell, Principal of Emmertech

Investor Panel 

Unlock the secrets of successful AgTech investment as industry experts take the stage, sharing valuable insights and strategies for high-potential technologies in agriculture. This discussion will delve into the nuances of evaluating AgTech startups and assessing their potential for growth and impact. Attendees can expect to gain a deeper understanding of the unique challenges and opportunities in this sector, as well as strategies to identify and seize investment prospects that have the potential to revolutionize the future of agriculture. 

1:30 PM

Demo Day 

 AGTECH ACCELERATOR | Global Innovation in Action 

Cultivator, Emmertech, and Economic Development Regina have partnered to accelerate the growth of agtech through the AGTECH ACCELERATOR program. Watch as 16 high-growth AgTech companies from across the Globe (9 Canadian, 1 Australian, and 5 United Kingdom) pitch their innovations in hopes of securing a deal with investors in the audience.  

4:00 PM

Kris Heksha, Director, Biofibre Strategy & Innovation – Red Leaf Pulp Alternative Fibre & Renewable Energy

AG TALK: Value-added Manufacturing of Agriculture Biomass

Red Leaf’s corporate profile specifically our team and technology. Details around the Red Leaf Regina Pulp Plant. And the opportunities for Producers and other partners to participate in our project.

5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Exhibitor Networking Evening

Note this is a private event for Exhibitors.

Your Exhibitor badge gets you into this exclusive event is a thank you to our 2024 exhibitors! We hope you will join us for this fantastic event, stay tuned for more information.

The schedule is subject to change.

Time Speaker Topic Description

Young Farmers Day Presented by FCC

First 500 farmers under 40 get FREE admission on June 20 to Canada’s Farm Show Regina, SK!

10:00 AM

Brad Wall, with Cherilyn Jolly-Nagel

Coffee Chat with Brad Wall

Join us for an insightful discussion that addresses some crucial questions for the future of agriculture in Saskatchewan. Brad will provide valuable insights on several key topics: we will explore how well provincial politics align with the needs of Saskatchewan’s agricultural sector. Since he left office, the biggest changes in agriculture offer a historical perspective on the industry’s evolution. Addressing rising costs, our guest will suggest provincial-level strategies to help farmers remain competitive and financially stable. The future of family farms, discussing the challenges they face and their prospects for sustainability and succession, highlighting technological advancements that promise a sustainable and productive future for Saskatchewan agriculture. 

 

11:00 AM

Landon Fahlman, Senior Product Owner, FCC AgExpert 

AG TALK: 
The Importance of Digitization  

You make decisions about your farm every day no matter where you are, so your farm data does not just belong in the office—it belongs with you. Join Landon Fahlman, Senior Product Owner – FCC AgExpert, to learn how digitizing your farm records can help you prepare for the future and enhance strategic decision-making on your farm. 

 

11:30 AM

Evan Shout, Herbert Grain Ventures (HGV) Maverick AG  
Navdeep Toor, Axiom Group 
Heather Claire, Sasktel 
Tina Beaudry, Deloitte 
Moderated by Ian Macdonald, Deloitte

AgTech and Innovation Panel 

This panel on AgTech and Innovation is a dynamic and insightful discussion that explores the intersection of technology and agriculture. With the ever-growing global population and the increasing demand for sustainable food production, the panel aims to shed light on the transformative potential of agricultural technology (AgTech) and how innovation is shaping the future of farming. 

12:15 PM

Garth Massie, Canadian Sales & Marketing Manager 

PRODUCT LAUNCH 
Morris Equipment Ltd. –  
10 Series Air Cart 

1:00 PM

Ground Truth Ag 

AG TALK:  
A Supply Chain Solution for Grain Grading Frustrations 

By looking at the entire supply chain from farm to destination we can use technology to reduce the current grain grading frustrations and issues experienced at each step of the process. 

1:30 PM

Launch Your Career In Ag Event

Featuring a Panel Discussion and Career Fair 

We are pleased to host this event at Canada’s Farm Show, in partnership with AMC (Agriculture Manufacturers of Canada) (Agriculture Manufacturers of Canada), at the Launch Pad stage in the Viterra International Trade Centre. This exciting event provides job seekers a chance to network with experts and potential employers in the agriculture industry like you!  

The schedule is subject to change.

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CFS Passes

Passes for Canada’s Farm Show Regina, SK, presented by Viterra:

Single day passes are $15 (plus taxes and fees)

Three-day passes are $30 (plus taxes and fees).

Guests under 17 get for free

Here you can view the Exhibitor List, Floor Plan and create your plan for Canada’s Farm Show Regina, SK.

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CFS receives oversight and direction from their Advisory Committee.

Comprised of producers, agriculture experts and industry leaders, their expertise, insights, and support have been instrumental in shaping the success over the years.

Grain Elevator and Processing Society (GEAPS) Canadian Prairies Chapter (CPC) in partnership with Canada’s Farm Show Regina SK is thrilled to host a Networking event.

  • Buffet Dinner to be followed by a special guest presentation PLUS a three-day pass to Canada’s Farm Show Regina SK presented by Viterra.
  • Price is $85.00 + GST until Tuesday, June 11
  • Price will increase to $100.00 + GST on June 12

International Guest Registration Open Now!

Canada's Farm Show Regina, SK presented by Viterra

Our Pillars

CFS main values

Innovation

Recruit, evaluate and support quality innovations in the agriculture industry in dryland farming. Our goal is to ensure innovation remains a strong and driving force behind our economy.

CFS main values

Education

We are a centre of excellence for education that influences the dryland farming industry and works to provide opportunities for learning and growth. We are committed to engaging and educating our youth.

CFS main values

Collaboration

Our commitment to provide opportunities for producers, decisions makers and influencers to connect, collaborate and advance dryland farming practices around the world.

Sponsorship Opportunities

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Know Before You Go

  • Fans must be 19 years or older to purchase and/or consume alcoholic beverages.
  • Proper photo identification is required to purchase any alcoholic beverage.
  • REAL District reserves the right to check proof of legal drinking age.
  • Guests will not be permitted to enter the building if they are visibly intoxicated. Drunk and disorderly behaviour will result in ejection from the stadium without refund.
  • A maximum of two (2) alcoholic beverages per purchase is permitted. The per-purchase limit may be reduced or increased without prior notice and sales may be discontinued at any time, at the discretion of REAL District management.
  • As per SLGA licensing, it is illegal to have in your possession liquor that was not purchased within the building.
  • Any guest found to be in possession of liquor not purchased within the building will have that liquor confiscated and not returned, and the guest will be denied entry or removed.
  • Any guest who does not cooperate with security in regards to this offence will be turned over to the Regina Police Service for removal from the building.

The use of cannabis in all indoor and outdoor areas at REAL District, including designated tobacco smoking areas, is strictly prohibited. Guests caught consuming cannabis at REAL District will be ejected immediately without warning or refund.

REAL District also reserves the right to refuse entrance and/or service to guests who appear to be under the influence of cannabis. Those who require cannabis for medicinal purposes may consume cannabis at REAL District if proper medical documentation is displayed.

All points of sale on the REAL District property allow all forms of payment. Cash, Credit, Debit and Apple and Google Pay will all be accepted. There will also be ATMs onsite.

Guests have the right to freedom of speech, advocacy, and inquiry but are responsible for complying with the following Code of Conduct Policy.

Unacceptable behaviour includes but is not limited to:

  • Verbal or physical harassment/abuse of any athlete/artist, fellow guest, or personnel;
  • Disruption of an event, including but not limited to throwing objects onto a playing surface or performance area, as well as trespassing into restricted areas;
  • Behaviour that is dangerous or illegal in nature;
  • Intoxication or other signs of alcohol or drug impairment;
  • Any attempt to bring outside alcohol into a venue and consume alcohol in an unlicensed area;
  • Smoking or attempting to smoke inside a venue or in an undesignated area;
  • Obscene, offensive or abusive language or actions;
  • Wearing obscene or indecent clothing;
  • Use of invalid or stolen ticket(s);
  • Interference with security procedures and/or failing to follow instructions of event personnel;

Guests who violate any of the above provisions will be subject to ejection or refused entry by security personnel without refund and may face the loss of ticket/access privileges for future events and REAL’s facilities.

View our policy here

There are currently no public health orders in Saskatchewan. You are not required to wear a mask or provide any proof of vaccination or a negative COVID 19 test when coming to REAL District. However, if you feel more comfortable you are encouraged to wear a mask when on site.

There are some events that may require either or both a mask and proof of vaccination for entry. This is at their discretion and will be communicated by the party holding the event.

As always, should you feel unwell in any way, please stay home until you are symptom free. We look forward to seeing you at REAL District.

REAL District is centrally located, just minutes from downtown Regina and the Regina International Airport, which makes it the perfect location for events. The property is also located on a City of Regina bus route.

Learn more about transit service.

  • First aid rooms are located on the southwest side of the Brandt Centre concourse
  • If you require first-aid, please contact or approach a REAL District employee immediately.
  • REAL District employees will be wearing REAL or Brandt Centre branded uniform
  • Security will be wearing yellow security uniforms

You may also call the Security office phone at (306) 781-9252 or text (306) 537-0698

Please be advised that food on the premises may contain dairy, eggs, wheat, soybean, nut, tree nuts, fish and Shellfish. Due to the possibility of ingredient transfer that can occur in the production process, we recommend that anyone with a severe food allergy refrain from consuming our products. The welfare of our guests is our first concern and we thank you for your understanding.

Drop-offs for the event are at any entrance. During or after the event, pick-ups will occur at the same locations. City of Regina Bus Service is available from Downtown Terminal. Regular fare applies.

View the transit schedule.

Lost and Found is located at the at the REAL Administration Office.

Guests can contact security lost and found either during or after the event (during regular office hours), or Submit a Lost & Found Report.

  • Mon. – Fri Admin Hours
  • 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m & 1:00 p.m – 4:30 p.m.

If you find a lost item, please return it to the Security office (located on the west-side of the Brandt Centre concourse).

Trained service animals are welcome in any REAL facility to assist guests with disabilities. All service animals must remain on a leash or in a harness at all times. The service animal is required to rest in the seating area of the guest, not in any aisles.

REAL recommends that guests contact the Guest Services Team at (306) 781-9200 or [email protected] in advance of their event to ensure we can appropriately accommodate the needs of the guests and his or her animal.

 

All other animals or pets are prohibited from REAL District facilities.

The REAL District has a no refund, no exchange policy on tickets for all events.

Security and medical staff are on-site at every event from start to end.

If you feel you need security help or medical assistance, do not hesitate to approach someone. Security staff can be identified wearing orange security shirts.

REAL District security is managed in-house and prides itself on providing professional protective services for all stakeholders. REAL District security is available by calling our Security Dispatch Operations Centre at 306-789-REAL (7325).

As per the City of Regina Smoking Bylaw No. 2017-20, smoking is prohibited within 10 meters of all doorways and air intakes. This includes electronic cigarettes and chewing tobacco.

Violations will result in immediate ejection from the property.

For the majority of events, children aged two and above must purchase a ticket to enter the facility. Those children under the age of two, and will not be occupying a seat, do not need to purchase a ticket.

REAL District is centrally located, just minutes from downtown Regina and the Regina International Airport, which makes it the perfect location for events.

The property is also located on a City of Regina bus route. Learn more about transit service.

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