The BC Food Protection Association would like to present:
2023 HYBRID FALL SPEAKER’S EVENING
The BC Food Protection Association is thrilled to again host another hybrid in-person and virtual seminar event for our members and general public! For those who wish to participate virtually, we are broadcasting (live streaming) our seminar through Zoom.
Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Food Safety
Sylvain Charlebois, Professor, Food Distribution and Policy, Faculty of Management; Professor, Faculty of Agriculture , Dalhousie University, Canada, Senior Director, Agri-Food Analytics Lab
Rickey Yada, Professor and Dean Faculty of Land and Food Systems, University of British Columbia
Date: Tuesday, November 21, 2023
Time: 5:00 - 8:15 pm PT
In-person Location: Langara Clubhouse (6706 Alberta St, Vancouver, BC)*
*Parking is free for guests
Virtual Option: via Zoom - registrants will be sent a Zoom link 1-2 days before the actual event
Register here: https://www.bcfoodprotection.ca/event-5465014
Early bird deadline is November 14! Register today to take advantage of our early bird rate!
Dinner will be provided for in-person attendees. If you have food allergies or preferences, please let us know under the comment section when you register online, or email us before November 14, as we will be placing an order for the catered food (dinner) that day.
5:00-5:15 PM PT Registration and Light Networking
5:15-5:30 PM PT Welcome Remarks
5:30-6:30 PM PT Speaker 1 - Sylvain Charlebois / Dalhousie University (virtual)
6:30-7:15 PM PT Dinner Intermission and Networking
7:15-8:15 PM PT Speaker 2 - Rickey Yada / UBC (in-person)
8:15-8:45 PM PT Closing Remarks, Door Prizes and Networking
$25 for Members, $20 for Students/Retired, $45 for Non-Members
BCFPA Members – $60 for Early Bird, $70 for Regular
BCFPA Student/Retired – $45 for Early Bird, $55 for Regular
Non-Member – $90 for Early Bird, $100 for Regular
Early bird rate period lasts from now to Nov 14
Regular rate period lasts from Nov 15 to the day of event
For those who wish to register their colleagues, see below:
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1. Logging in then entering the other contact's email address during the registration process.
2. If the contact doing the registration is already registered for an event, they can click the "New registration" button after clicking the "Register" button from the event details. In either case, the contact doing the registering will be invoiced for the registration fee.
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A. Find and open the invoice.
B. Click the Edit button to enter edit mode.
C. Click the Change link beside the contact's details.
D. Select the contact you want the invoice to be assigned to.
E. Click the Save button to save the change. You can then print or email the updated invoice.
F. Reassigning the invoice will create an entry in your financial history.