Focusing on key sectors, including agribusiness, energy and environment and transportation and logistics, Alberta Next will bring key stakeholders and thought leaders together to talk about the most pressing challenges facing our business community and why Alberta is uniquely positioned to lead Canada in innovation and investment across these industries.
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More than home to the Calgary Stampede, Calgary has played a significant role in the agricultural sector. Calgary and Alberta’s leadership in agriculture is a testament to its fertile land, diverse crop production and dedication to sustainable farming practices, technology development and innovation in the sector. We play a pivotal role in local and global food production, underlining our province’s significance in the Canadian agriculture industry. This event will focus on key challenges and priorities in this sector, including rural decline and talent and labour shortages, volatility in the markets and global trade uncertainties and innovation and technology supporting sustainable practices and food security.
Alberta’s storied legacy as a global energy pioneer continues to evolve, solidifying its role as a leader in the ongoing energy transition. Nestled in the heart of this transformation, Calgary stands as a testament to groundbreaking cleantech innovations, fostering unparalleled industry collaboration and drawing substantial investment. It proudly hosts Canada’s energy sector, propelling the frontiers of technology development in clean energy, renewable resources and carbon capture and storage (CCS). As we look to the future, Alberta must continue to solidify its position as a clean-energy producer that can support growing energy demands globally.
Calgary has quickly emerged as a global transportation and logistics hub, strategically positioned in the centre of North America, connecting millions of consumers locally and internationally each day and providing easy access to both domestic and international markets. Planes, trains, automobiles and a robust pipeline network makes Calgary a global trading centre. Alberta also has some of the most business-friendly policies and regulations, attracting transportation and logistics companies, leading to the establishment of major distribution centres, warehousing facilities and logistics operations. More details coming soon!