Agriculture is taking centre stage across the country on Tuesday, February 12 in celebration of Canada's Agriculture Day.

Agriculture More Than Ever Manager Debbie Bailey says the day is about getting people together to talk about their food in fun and engaging ways.

"We're seeing events like a celebrity cook-off or movie screenings of this new movie out called 'Before The Plate'. We're seeing lunch and learns, there's school events, there's open houses. Staff are even getting together to do potluck meals and really focusing in on the Canadian food that goes into making their meals."

The movie "Before The Plate", can be viewed free for the month of February at www.beforetheplate.com.

You can follow the celebrations on social media using the hastag #CDNAGDAY.

This year marks the 3rd annual Canada's Agriculture Day.

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