Can two acronyms help strategically position the Canadian economy and environment for future success?
SASC's ecosystem stretches across Canada, composed of farms and ranches, large and small, complemented by farms and facilities operated by research organizations and post-secondary institutions.
You may have heard of the supercluster effect. It’s one way of describing some of the intriguing outcomes that result from dangling dollars in front of sectors hungry for innovation investment.
Some of this country’s largest technology companies are backing a $250 million, nationwide industry-led project shortlisted for federal innovation funding and designed to spur economic growth by better utilizing agricultural data.
We'll find out more about the Smart-Agri-Food Supercluster and what it could mean for the agri-food industry right here in Ottawa.
Balancing the imperatives of sustainability and economics is a daily challenge for farmers across Canada.
The Smart Agri-Food Supercluster (SASC) is pleased to announce its interim board of directors, composed of more than 10 innovation and corporate leaders from across Canada.