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Ag-West Bio
Dr. Karen Churchill, president and CEO

Ag-West Bio is Saskatchewan’s bioscience industry association and bioeconomy catalyst, helping move research to market and grow biobusiness in the province in areas including biotechnology, bioproducts and biofuels, environment, health and nutrition.

Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC)
Jason Turner, manager of lending products

We provide Alberta’s agricultural producers, agribusinesses and rural commercial small businesses with loans, crop insurance and farm income disaster assistance, supporting and advancing industry development.

AgriView, Inc.
Art Froehlich, president
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Alan Hall
Alan Hall, chief operating officer, Plant Protein Alliance of Alberta

Alan is a key player in Alberta’s agricultural community, most recently with the Alberta Crop Industry Development Fund (ACIDF), which focused on supporting crop-sector research, development and product development growth with farmers and companies.

Alberta Canola
Ward Toma, General Manager

Supporting the long-term success of canola farmers in Alberta through research, extension, consumer engagement and advocacy for canola farmers.

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Alberta Food Processors Association
Melody Pashko, general manager of food safety and quality

AFPA is a non-profit organization representing Alberta’s food and beverage sector and service providers since 1974, working to grow the sector through advocacy, delivery of quality training and education and member and industry engagement opportunities.

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Alberta Hemp Alliance
Jenn Carter, executive director

The Alberta Hemp Alliance will advocate, PROMOTE, FACILITATE, AND EDUCATE, for the hemp industry through the collaboration of all stakeholders including, government, growers, processors, and manufacturers.

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Alberta Hemp Works Ltd.
Colleen Stein, president

Alberta Hemp Works serves as a hub for hemp growers, processors and manufacturers.  Along with processing hemp fibre, Hemp Works provides affordable lease space and business development services to hemp startups.

Alberta Indian Investment Corporation (AIIC)
Donald (Rocky) Sinclair, chief executive officer

Owned by all First Nation communities in Alberta, A.I.I.C. provides First Nation-owned businesses with loans and equity financing. AIIC is instrumental in supporting First Nations’ economic development throughout the province.

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Alberta Innovates

Alberta Innovates solves some of the biggest industry challenges in our province and supports the growth of business while stimulating the start-up community to build new technology and drive new ideas. We want to build a bright future for all Albertans

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Alberta Midland Railway Terminal
Darcy Heggie, sales and inquiries

This rail storage and mobile repair service operation offers 16 storage yard tracks and five operating tracks, providing rail services to industry needing access to the world market.

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Alberta Pulse Growers
Leanne Fischbuch, executive director

Alberta Pulse Growers represents 6,500 growers of field pea, dry bean, lentil, chickpea, faba bean and soybean in Alberta. We work to have Alberta pulses recognized by consumers as environmentally friendly, healthy, nutritious, and recognized by all producers as being an essential element in a sustainable cropping system.

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Alberta SouthWest Regional Alliance
Bev Thornton, executive director

Regional collaboration among 16 vibrant rural communities in southern Alberta that strives to support local business and attract new enterprise to the region.

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Alberta Southwest Regional Economic Development
Bev Thornton, executive director

This regional economic development alliance, a collaboration of 16 communities formed in 2003, focuses on initiatives to build healthy, sustainable economies. Key industry sectors: tourism, renewable energy, agriculture, innovative technology.

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anCeres Processing Solutions Ltd.
Trevor Pizzey, president

This engineering and project management firm offers expertise in grain processing. Focus areas include facilitating investment decision making, optimizing existing operations, managing design and construction of new processing assets and providing guidance about regulatory compliance.

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Aratinga Extracts
Diana Powers

Aratinga Extracts produces natural plant extracts through a liquid or supercritical C02 process that are pure, solvent-free and sustainable. They also offer pilot testing for extraction of different plants/botanicals and offer consulting services.

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Sasha Musij, director, Agribusiness & Agrifood Market Development

Alberta’s agricultural landscape is complex. Find advice specifically designed for farmers, ranchers and food businesses on expanding, transitioning and diversifying your business.

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Martin Vetter, senior investment manager

AVAC invests across the continuum of IT and AgTech entrepreneurship through direct investing and fund of funds participation.

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