To increase Canada’s productive capacity, we need to leverage the country’s human, physical and intellectual capital, says Robert Asselin, senior vice president of policy at the Business Council of Canada, in an open letter to the incoming federal Minister of Innovation.Read More
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A look at key developments in Canada’s innovation ecosystem over the past year.Read More
Quebec’s Minister of the Economy and Innovation announced the creation of a new provincial Innovation Council and named Luc Sirois as Chief Innovator, as the province prepares a new innovation strategy and continues to unfold significant changes to the way it supports public research development.Read More
Canadian universities’ approach to intellectual property should be standardized to benefit both researchers and industry. Canada’s chief scientist and the research granting councils could take the lead in this initiative.Read More
For close observers, the sale of Element AI to California-based ServiceNow was a disappointment but not a surprise.Read More
In this era of rapid change and economic upheaval, Canada’s leading STI organizations must balance an array of complex and urgent priorities. It’s easy to let communication take a back seat, but storytelling is essential to the success of any innovation endeavor.Read More
In its strategic plan for the next two years, the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) reviewed its progress over the last five years and outlined its program for keeping pace with rapid global change and the effects of COVID-19.Read More
Quantum technology will transform many fields in the coming years. The new industry consortium will strive to retain Canada’s edge in quantum computing.Read More
Last week, the governments of Canada and Ontario together pledged up to $500 million to enable Ford to build electric vehicles at the carmaker’s plant in Oakville. The investment comes just in time for Canada’s auto industry, which has lagged to 12th place internationally in EV production.Read More
Anti-science conspiracies and attitudes are waxing, not waning. The federal government must send a powerful signal to Canadians that it is following the best advice to chart a path through the pandemic.Read More
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