Establishing a multi-stakeholder Prosperity Council and setting ambitious performance targets are key to overcoming Canada’s decades long productivity and competitiveness problems, says new report.Read More
Author: Debbie Lawes
FEDERAL ELECTION The Liberal Party of Canada released its full platform on Wednesday, including a number of promises on research and innovation. The party’s proposals include a permanent Council of Economic Advisors, reforms to the Scientific Research and Experimental Development Program to “reduce red tape,” an additional 1,000 Canada Research Chairs, a $75-million fund to help colleges and…Read More
FEDERAL ELECTION More than 200 Canadian tech and business executives are asking more of their peers to sign an open letter calling on federal political leaders to outline how Canada can achieve “prosperous, secure, equitable and sustainable” growth in a post-pandemic economy. Released Aug. 24, the letter stresses the need for Canada to adopt Canadian-made…Read More
The Conservative Party of Canada releases its innovation plan, more than 330 university research projects receive $77 million through the Canada Foundation for Innovation, the federal government pours $61.5 million into the next phase of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging, and more.Read More
Two separate groups are hoping to safeguard Canada against future semiconductor chip shortages. CMC Microsystems has applied for $120 million to expand domestic manufacturing capacity for niche applications, while a new semiconductor council has started work on a National Semiconductor Strategy and Action Plan.Read More
The World Health Organization is looking to the York’s Global Strategy Lab to develop practical governance solutions to a slow-burning pandemic that is already killing an estimated 700,000 people each year.Read More
New plant expected to produce 240 million vaccine doses every year starting in 2023.Read More
Finding answers to the most pressing social and economic questions will help countries develop science-based recovery plans that stimulate equity, resilience, sustainability and progress towards the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.Read More
Engineering biology could become the next big opportunity for Canada if it can build a cohesive network that supports discovery, commercialization, start-ups, the renewal of traditional industries and the development of skilled talent.Read More
A pandemic-era Ontario budget includes limited new funding for research and innovation.Read More
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