CropSphere 2021 cancelled, annual general meetings to be held virtually


The organizers of CropSphere have made the decision to cancel the 2021 conference in Saskatoon due to the ongoing uncertainties surrounding COVID-19. “The health of our attendees, sponsors, and speakers is our top priority and we want to do our part to ensure everyone remains safe,” states a press release, issued September 28.

Annual general meetings for the provincial commodity groups normally held at CropSphere will be held virtually on January 12, 2021. The day will also include presentations from market analysts on the market outlook for canola, wheat, barley, flax, oats, and pulse crops.

Details on how to register, vote in AGMs, and submit resolutions will be available in November.

Check out our previous coverage of CropSphere here.

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