Building a Better Regulatory System A forum on seed regulatory modernization
The Canadian seed industry is gearing up for regulatory modernization. The Seed Regulation Modernization Working Group (SRMWG) will work with the federal government to modernize the seed regulations for the 21st century. This webinar will serve as a kickoff to a series of webinars designed to keep you informed on what regulatory modernization entails and how we can use it to make our industry better for everyone.
Learn why this forum has been established
Learn about the process the government is following for regulatory modernization
Get a broad overview of our current seed regulations and who makes up the SRMWG
Find out the priorities outlined by SRMWG
Have an opportunity to ask questions about the process and where things go from here
Marc Zienkiewicz chats with DL Seeds general manager Kevin McCallum about the company’s two new forage field pea varieties that have become a part of the Seed Variety Use Agreement Pilot Program. Kevin talks about the future of the company’s forage field pea breeding and why the SVUA is so significant.
The 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, may have been postponed until next year, but Tom Greaves and staff at Manitoba's Pitura Seeds have decided to hold their own version over the next several weeks as a way to raise money for charity and boost morale.
Seed organizations and industry suppliers are facing unprecedented business challenges. Like being tossed around in a whirlwind with no clear sense of how to get out. One thing remains clear – new plans, reallocation of resources and new strategies must prevail to survive this and come out the back end with a tail wind.
The design of the proposed National Seed Organization (NSO) is complete. In this webinar, you will learn: What the NSO design looks like, How the proposed NSO will function
and How the NSO will benefit your business and Canadian seed in general.
Chris Churko can be described as a lot of things: husband, father, son, fisherman, hobby farmer, introvert. We sat down with the new chief executive officer for FP Genetics to find out his secrets to climbing the corporate ladder and why sometimes you have to take something apart in order to make it stronger.