Minister of Labour Patty Hajdu has announced $3.14 million from from Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) for a new apprenticeship program for women.Read More
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A new unit at the Treasury Board Secretariat (TBS) is using data from Statistics Canada to better evaluate the performance of business support programs across government.Read More
To thrive, Canada’s many tech-cluster and supercluster initiatives need to focus on liveability and other social issues in the areas where they operate.Read More
York University’s former vice-president of research and innovation has been selected to serve as Laurentian University’s 11th president and vice-chancellor.Read More
The federal government has committed $225 million over four years for a new Future Skills Centre at Ryerson University.Read More
Navdeep Bains is inviting Canadian teams to apply for a $30-million Patent Collective pilot program that will assist SMEs with their patent and IP needs.Read More
Dr. Danika Goosney has been named Vice-President, Research Grants and Scholarships Directorate at the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC). Previously, Danika served for two and a half years as Associate Vice-President, Tri-agency Institutional Programs Secretariat, at the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. There, she managed a variety of programs, such…Read More
A new biomass research cluster led by the BioFuelNet Canada Network will receive $7 million from the federal government and $3.1 million from industry to improve technologies for producing bioenergy.Read More
A new funding initiative called the Canadian Agricultural Strategic Priorities Program (CASPP) will distribute $50.3 million over five years to Canada’s agricultural sector.Read More
The Montreal-based artificial intelligence supercluster SCALE.AI has appointed Julien Billot as its CEO.Read More
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