CBIC GOES VIRTUAL FOR  AUGUST 11-13, 2020 
REGISTRATION IS LIVE

“All Canadians were greatly affected by the recent tragedies in Nova Scotia and involving our Canadian Forces who serve valiantly for us around the world. But the majority of us are safe at home as we social distance and await the return to normalcy. Most of us in the Beef Industry go about our routine chores and what we fear most is the unknown.  What will markets look like down the road?   Many of us face the vagaries of spring, which may include flooding, but we are also preparing for fire season which is not far off. The future, although hard to imagine, will be shaped by our collective positive outlook and  a shared vision of a vibrant industry that supplies our customers with a healthy and delicious product which is ethically raised and with positive results on the land that we occupy.  Wherever the path may lead we know it will be better if we work together.”  Chair – Judy Guichon

“The CBIC organizing committee made the difficult decision to postpose the conference to 2021 but it is the right decision.  We will do our part to keep Canadian beef producers and their families and associates safe.  We are in this together.”  Past-Chair – Ryan Kasko

 

 

 

 

 

“We sincerely thank all of our industry partners and sponsors for their unwavering support during this unprecedented time. It is regrettable that we won’t have the opportunity to come together this year, however we feel it will make our meeting in 2021 that much sweeter. With all our industry is facing right now, we believe our theme, “Rising to the Challenge,” will be more relevant than ever and will set the stage for lots of good discussion. We look forward to seeing you in Penticton next year!” – Vice-Chair – Elizabeth Homerosky

 

 

 


2019 Sponsors

 

RISING TO THE CHALLENGE - It begins with the ranchers and farmers who raise the cattle, to raising consumers’ understanding of farming and the product, to raising the awareness and understanding of the environmental benefits, raising and building government relations.