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A fourth agricultural revolution is underway, and Canada needs to seize it. The Internet of Farming, powered by advanced technologies like autonomous tractors and drone-mounted sensors, is already transforming the way we produce food. But this new generation of agriculture will take a new generation of skills, too. Recently RBC analyzed labour-force data, sector trends and innovations in other countries. They concluded that with the right mix of skills, capital and technology, agriculture could add $11 billion to Canada’s GDP by 2030. To get there however, we would need to rethink our approach to education, both for agriculture and the growing range of sectors that affect it; do more to attract young people to farming; and invest in the skills needed to attract a growing immigrant population to the sector.
Collaboration is essential for strong communities and to build a sustainable economy. According to a survey by Salesforce, 86% of employees and executives cite lack of collaboration and ineffective communication for workplace failures.
In this session, YouTube experts Auret Esselen & Jewel Tolentino will highlight some of the practical ways they are helping companies and organizations grow their social media presence through YouTube.
In 2007, the boards of three economic development agencies in southern Alberta signed a memorandum of understanding agreeing to work together for mutual purpose to promote the alternative energy assets of the region