This page provides information on:

☑ Location filming for the series  ☑ Construction of the mini mobile office  ☑ Images and press from the Canada 150 tour  ☑ Updates on the cast and crew

Pictured right to left: Jason Robinson and Osoyoos Indian Band (“OIB”) Chief Clarence Louie share Aboriginal economic leadership and community development success stories including; Nk’Mip winery, the Nk’Mip Canyon Desert Golf Course, Spirit Ridge at Nk’Mip Resort and the Osoyoos Indian Band Development Corporation located in their traditional territory in Southern British Columbia.
Pictured right: The Sustainability Television mini mobile office atop Kootenay Pass; one of Canada’s highest year-round mountain highway passes with an elevation of 5,823 ft. An easy climb with the Ford F-450Big Tex 22GN, Reese Elite™ Series hitch, and Good Year Wrangler Dura-Trac tires.
Sustainability TV and the mini mobile office visited the Farm Progress Show #canadafarmshow in Regina, Saskatchewan to film interviews with top Canadian Agricultural innovators.

With more than 40,000 attendees, 700 exhibitors, and more than 1.9 million square ft. of exhibition space, the Farm Progress Show holds the prestigious title of being Canada’s largest trade show.
In June 2017, The mini mobile office visited the Global Petroleum Show #GPS2017 held at Stampede Park in Calgary, Alberta where Sustainability Television co-sponsored the three-day GPS Energy Dialogues speaker series and treated conference attendees to showings of the mini mobile office.
The GPS Energy Dialogues speaker series was focused on answering two questions: What is a global sustainable energy future strategy? and; How do we plan and implement a global sustainable energy strategy?
In it’s 49th year, The Global Petroleum Show provides direct access to the entire energy supply chain, innovative technologies, products & services and a massive number of educational seminars within the energy sector.
The GPS Energy Dialogue stage as viewed from the mini mobile office. The Global Petroleum Show is an industry leading event, where more than 50,000 energy professionals from more than 90 countries converge for three days to strengthen business relationships, network, and do business with more than 1,000 exhibitors.
Powered by Key West Ford, and the Key West Ford Wrap Centre the INNOVATION in Industry™ series kicks off its Canada 150 Tour in New Westminster, BC. Operations Manager, Flynn Yeo with $250 in gas cards that will be used to power the F-450 / Mobile Office and Canada-wide filming for the INNOVATION in Industry™ series.
Fountain Tire Langley, BC Rep James Warren re-tourques the new Good Year Wrangler Dura-Trac tires on the Ford F-450, and Wrangler SR-A’s on the Kitt Equipment / Big Tex 22GN.
The INNOVATION in Industry™ Ford F-450 at BUILDEX Vancouver 2017 sporting its new Good Year Wrangler Dura-Trac tires.
The mobile office at BUILDEX Vancouver 2017 – Western Canada’s largest tradeshow and conference for the Construction, Renovation, Architecture, Interior Design and Property Management industries. With over 600 exhibits, and more than 80 educational seminars BUILDEX attracts over 14,000 attendees annually.
Setting up the mini mobile demonstration office at the Solar in Vancouver presentation by Rob Baxter co-founder of Vancouver Renewable Energy. The highly interactive and informative presentation was held on Sept. 14, 2016 for the Scandinavian Business Club at the Scandinavian Community Centre in Burnaby, British Columbia.
Structural Engineer Kimi Ito and Yoshi Ito tour the mini mobile office with Sustainability Television CEO, Jason Robinson. K-Ito and Associates were the structural engineers for both the mini mobile office and for CMHC’s EQuilibrium™ National Sustainable Housing Demonstration Initiative winner “The Harmony House” project: