As of January 1, 2022, webinar recordings are only accessible to CCFI members and/or paid registrants. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
December 15, 2021
Exporting Canada’s Agri-Food & Building Public Trust (36 mins) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Claire Citeau. Claire discusses the multifaceted relationship between building public trust and exporting Agri-Food in Canada.
November 25, 2021
The 2022 Nourish Network Trend Report (64 mins) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Jo-Ann McArthur, President and Founding Partner, Nourish Food Marketing. Jo-Ann discusses how the future of food and agriculture shifted as a result of the pandemic.
October 27, 2021
CCFI’s 2021 Public Trust Research (32 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Paighton Smyth. Paighton explores how through qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, the results demonstrate that consumers are interested in the advancing overarching matters of the food system.
August 25, 2021
How to Inspire and Connect Online (35 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Isaac LeClair. Isaac discusses how Canada’s food system can work together to stand out and connect with different audiences.
July 27, 2021
The Important Role of Aquaculture in Global Seafood Production (46 mins) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Dr. Stefanie Colombo. Learn why there is a need for aquaculture to secure our global seafood supply and trends in Canadian salmon farming.
June 23, 2021
Improving Soil Health Across the Value Chain (50 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Mel Luymes. Soil degradation in the agri-food industry is a growing concern for all of us. In this discussion, Mel outlines the perspective from Ontario, and how each part of the value chain can be a part of the soil solutions.
May 26, 2021
The Science Behind the Registration of Crop Protection Products in Canada (60 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by David Pinzon. Dr. David Pinzon discusses the importance of crop protection products and how they contribute to sustainable crop production.
April 29, 2021
Innovative Digital Media Channels (46 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Taha Khan. He explains how his YouTube channel (Sabrina and Fiends) has drawn hundreds of thousands of subscribers by providing educational content that is science-based, honest and entertaining.
March 25, 2021
So…What is Gene Editing? (52 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Ian Affleck from CropLife. Ian walks us through what gene editing is, and how the agriculture industry can help contribute to positive conversations.
February 18, 2021
Growing Organic Inclusion (2 hours) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Jesse Wente, Broadcaster, Writer and Advocate for Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI). Followed by an engaging panel, to discuss what the food system is doing to prioritize EDI in the workplace. Panelists include Dr. Bobby Cameron, E.J. Fontaine, Jordan Miller and Lynn Schmidt.
January 28, 2021
Social License to Operate in Agriculture: Challenges and Action (64 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Erin Cote who recently completed her MBA and M.Sc in Food and Agribusiness management.
December 9, 2020
Impact of Consumer Research on GMO & Product Messaging (54 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Rebecca Catlett, Director of Marketing & Communications for Okanagan Specialty Fruits
November 25, 2020
Exploring the 2020 Public Trust Research (60 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Paighton Smyth…this webinar is followed by a brief panel discussion led by John Jamieson, to include Dr. Ellen Goddard and Dr. Andrea Grygorczyk from CCFI’s Research Advisory Council.
November 10, 2020
2020 CCFI Public Trust Research Release (49 minutes) – Hosted by the Royal, Presented by John Jamieson and Paighton Smyth
September 23, 2020
Social and Economic Considerations for a Sustainable Canadian Agri-food Sector (58 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Facilitated by Bronwynne Wilton
August 19, 2020
Perception & Exposure | Agriculture in Canada (48 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Peter Seemann from Grassroots Public Affairs
June 25, 2020
Looking Back to Understand What’s Next (43 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Ashley Bruner
May 27, 2020
Insights into AquaBounty Technology (58 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Sylvia A. Wulf from AquaBounty Technologies
April 22, 2020
“Connecting with Values: Digging deeper on the jobs to be done to effectively engage to earn trust.” (65 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Christina Crowley-Arklie
March 10, 2020
A Meatless Revolution or a Temporary Fad? (63 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by David Coletto
February 7, 2020
“Foresight with Focus | Understanding the 2020 Food Trends” (50 minutes) – Hosted by Nourish Marketing in collaboration with Kahntact and CCFI, Presented by Jo-Ann McArthur and Len Kahn
December 11, 2019
2019 Public Trust Research Insights (28 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Paighton Smyth
December 11, 2018
CCFI Public Trust Research – Important shifts in perceptions and a new lens to build trust with Canadians. (46 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, Presented by Ashley Bruner
September 26, 2018
Food Safety from Farm to Plate – CCFI research shows that food safety is one of the top concerns among Canadians. (36 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, presented by Ashley Bruner
June 26, 2018
Talking Transparency – the important link between public trust and transparency is explored in depth. (35 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, presented by Ashley Bruner
Millennials and Trust in the Food System – here are some deeper insights on millennials and their views on this topic (43 minutes) – Hosted by CCFI, presented by Ashley Bruner
December 4, 2017
2017 Public Trust Research Overview for Canadian Agri Marketing Association Members (51 minutes) – Hosted by CAMA Alberta, presented by Crystal Mackay
October 18, 2017
Highlights from the Canadian CFI 2017 Public Trust Research (53 minutes) – Please note that the first two minutes of the webinar are dead air to allow people time to join. Presented by Crystal Mackay
December 7, 2017
Social license and public trust…connecting the dots from farm gates to dinner plates (56 minutes) – Presented by Crystal Mackay