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    Ontario Potato Conference Returns Following Two Year Hiatus


    The Ontario Potato Conference and Trade Show will happening on March 2, 2023 following a two year hiatus due to the pandemic, an Oct. 26 email said. The event last happened in March 2020 prior the COVID19 pandemic lockdowns.

    In the email Eugenia Banks said “it is never too early to announce the 2023 Ontario Potato Conference and Trade Show to be held at the Guelph Delta Hotel and Conference Center on March 2.”

    The annual potato industry conference is sponsored by the Ontario Potato Board. More information about the program and registration will be released in mid-November.

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