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Volume 31 January 18 2017


How Canadian science, technology and innovation evolve in this economic and political environment as we grapple with the challenges before us will be a test of our skills and resolve as a nation.

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Ottawa lays groundwork to establish autonomous vehicles cluster in western suburb

Ottawa’s high-tech cluster hopes to regain some of its former luster by leveraging the region’s deep technological expertise and surging interest from global players to carve out a niche in the rapidly evolving field of autonomous vehicles (AV). The emerging AV cluster in the Ottawa west suburb of Kanata received a major boost last month with an announcement by Blackberry Ltd – at an event attended by prime minister Justin Trudeau – that it was investing $100 million to refocus its Kanata-based QNX division towards AV and establish a Blackberry QNX Autonomous Vehicle Innovation Centre with an emphasis on industry and academic partnerships.

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Opinion Leader

Inclusive innovation policy struggles to connect the dots

Over the past 20 years, the Canadian public’s understanding of a successful innovation ecosystem has evolved enormously to include social, technology, science, engineering, mathematics, arts and business innovation. From peacekeeping and palliative care to lacrosse and basketball, settler and Indigenous Canadians innovate from our unique cultures and contexts to solve problems or seize opportunities across sectors.

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Publisher's Welcome

A message from RE$EARCH MONEY Publisher and CEO Jeffrey Crelinsten. Welcome to the brand new R$ online experience!

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News Bites

News Brief

Feds and province fund UNB cybersecurity institute

Honda receives $83.6M for Alliston facility upgrade

Klipfolio raises $12M in series ‘B’ financing

IRIC opens new labs, begins Phase II clinical trials

APEC mental health hub pitched for Canada

Quebec and Massachusetts form research council

CCA to examine medical assistance in dying

Kwantlen Univ joins Polytechnics Canada

Tweed approved for marijuana research

Microbion Corp received US$25 million in venture funding

First Nations learning centre received $7.2 million in ISED funding

CCRM and the Univ of Queensland partner to commercialize neutropenia treatment


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