WELCOME TO CANOLA WEEK
Canola Week 2023 will take place from December 5 through 7, 2023. This year's conference will be presented in a hybrid format, allowing attendees to tune in virtually or attend in person at the Hotel Arts in Calgary.
This three-day event will provide updates on the state of the canola industry in Canada, the latest research, agronomic issues and cutting-edge innovation. Plan to join an audience of canola growers, researchers and industry stakeholders at Canola Week 2023.
Registration options include: three-day in-person ($450), December 5, 6 or 7 single day in-person ($225) or the three-day virtual ($60) registration. In addition, optional attendance at the Welcome Reception (4:00-6:00pm on December 5) and the InVigor Cocktail Hour (4:00-5:30pm on December 6) are included in the three-day and the December 5 and 6 single day in-person registration fees. Book now, registration for all in person ticket options close Wednesday, November 29. Virtual registration will remain open for those planning to attend remotely.
Canola Week is a merger of Keith Downey's Canola Industry Meeting (est. 1970), Wilf Keller's Canola Innovation Day (est. 2003), and the Canola Council of Canada's Canola Discovery Forum (est. 2013). The Canola Discover Forum portion of the event is a unique opportunity to help align research priorities across the entire value chain and focus efforts on the areas of greatest opportunity.
Canola Week 2023 attendees (virtual or in-person) can earn up to 14.5 CCA credits (5.5 integrated pest management, 2.5 professional development and 6.5 crop management credits) for taking in the whole event. Credits are also available for single day attendance.
If you require accommodations, you can book your stay at the host venue, the Hotel Arts in Calgary, Alberta.
About the Canola Week Committee
The 2023 Canola Week Committee is responsible for the overall development and management of the Canola Week conference, including recruitment of speakers and sponsors, and promotion of the event. The Committee is made up of industry and community partners who work together to develop meaningful conference seminars. Meet the Canola Week Committee.