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Tradeshows and Conferences

Trade Show’s for 2022

ISA Calgary, Calgary AB – April 5-6, 2022

As North America’s largest event for automation professionals, the ISA Calgary Show engages with exhibitors and visitors from around the world to share best practices, network with industry colleagues and discover the latest technology and solutions to improve quality, lower costs, increase efficiency and raise safety standards.

EnviroTech, Calgary AB – April 20-22, 2022

EnviroTech 2022 will provide a forum for industry experts to present these leading edge technologies and solutions. Sponsors and participating organizations will include: industry, consultants, service providers, government, academic institutions, and private sector organizations active in the environment sector.

Peace River Petroleum Show, Grande Prairie AB – May 18-19, 2022

The Show remains a welcome home to the traditional and vital oil and gas industry but also encourages more information from businesses on alternative energy sources such as solar, wind, hydroelectric, geothermal, biomass, hydrogen, and ocean tidal.

EDIST, Markham ON – June 1-3, 2022

The Electricity, Distribution, Information Systems and Technology (EDIST) Conference & Exhibition is an educational conference and exhibition addressing critical engineering, operational, IT and management issues faced by Ontario’s LDCs. Suppliers, manufacturers and service providers have the opportunity to network and showcase their products and services.

RemTech East, Niagara Falls ON – June 1-3, 2022

RemTech East will focus on remediation projects that are related to eastern Canada, including brownfields, industrial sites, mining, government projects, and more.

EPTECH, Vancouver BC – June 2, 2022

EPTECH cover a very broad spectrum within the electronics industry, displaying such products as semiconductors and ICs; passive and electro-mechanical components; test equipment and electronic instrumentation; connectors; and industrial electronics products.

Canadian Mining Expo, Timmins ON – June 8-9, 2022                       

The Big Event, Northern Mines Expo is held Timmins, Northern Ontario annually and has become well known as Canada’s largest gold mining show

Aquaculture Canada and WAS, St. Johns NFLD – August 15-18, 2022

Aquaculture Canada and WAS North America 2020 is the place to learn about the latest in aquaculture, see the newest technology in the trade show, and have a great time in the many fantastic restaurants and entertainment sites that St. John’s and Newfoundland and Labrador have to offer.

Oil Sands, Fort McMurray AB – September 14-15, 2022              

The Oil Sands Trade Show in Fort McMurray is one of the leading trade fairs for oil sands in the world. At the fair numerous exhibitors present information about the second-largest known oil reserve. Visitors come together at this event to find out about the latest technologies and products for the industry.

Cen-Can Expo, Thunder Bay ON – September 14-15, 2022

Central Canada Resource Expo is a gathering place for all those who thrive in the business of resources (Mining, Forestry and Energy). The expo will be showcasing the latest in resource technologies, expand the discussion of sustainable development with industry leaders and provide a forum that fosters economic regional growth. The expo showcases more than 300 exhibiting companies, including equipment manufacturers/dealers, producers from mining, exploration, forestry (harvesting and milling, and energy (biomass, solar, hydro), aboriginal businesses, engineering & construction, government, associations, academic and support. 

Nova Scotia Minister’s Conference for Agriculture, Halifax NS – November 3-4, 2022

The 2022 Ministers Conference for Agriculture invites you to participate in Building an Innovative Future for Agriculture. Climate change, COVID 19, market trends, regulatory environments and the evolving role of technology are shaping the way producers and agri-food companies do business, and this year’s conference will explore how industry, government, and next generation thinkers in agriculture can work together to embrace change and cultivate success.