The Internet of Things: Implications for agriculture
Internet of Things (IoT) refers to the growing number and ways devices and users connect to the Internet. Find out how smart device networks are becoming mainstream.Sep 7, 2016
What you will find in the Jan. 2016 BoC Monetary Policy Report
J.P. Gervais expands on interest rate trends, the Canadian dollar and economic growth in India and China in relation to the Jan. 2016 Bank of Canada's Monetary Policy Report.Jan 20, 2016
4 simple steps that protect your personal info
Protecting your information and identity in the digital world is just as important as protecting your belongings. Security is something that has become a requirement in every aspect of our lives. Online security doesn’t have to be difficult. And, there are plenty of options to make it more manageableMay 29, 2017
A TPP deal on the horizon?
A successful outcome to the current negotiations around a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) rests on the leadership of Japan and the United States. The U.S. and Japanese governments have held multiple bilateral meetings to find a way forward. And it was recently reported in the media that the gap between the two countries is narrowing. Over the last 30 years, information and communication technologies like sensors, GPS, WIFI, analytic software and the Internet have laid a foundation for an era of highly- automated, data-driven, precision agriculture.Feb 27, 2015
Wearable tech coming for ag
For both livestock and humans, wearable sensors continue to advance.Jan 3, 2018
Making artificial intelligence a reality for agriculture
Will artificial intelligence replace the knowledge that farmers have always relied on to help manage their farms? Probably not – but it will complement and challenge how decisions are made.Aug 28, 2017
China or India: Who'll be bigger for Canadian exports?
JP Gervais and Martha Roberts debate the potential impact to Canadian agriculture exports, of growth in China and India.Oct 4, 2016
Your national 2018 winter weather outlook
Meteorologist and storm hunter Mark Robinson from the Weather Network on what you can expect this winter across Canada and how it could impact the 2018 growing season.Jan 2, 2018