The inaugural DRIVE conference, to be held February 20-22 in Waterloo, ON, will convene leading thinkers and practitioners from around the world to share best practices and debate strategies for building scaleup ecosystems. We spoke with organizer Raymond Luk about his goals for the conference and how Canada can grow more domestic scaleups.Read More
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37 projects will receive funding through three funding competitions conducted by Genome Canada.Read More
The Department of National Defence has awarded two contracts worth a total of $46.2 million to address surveillance challenges in Canada’s North.Read More
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada is providing $2.9 million for 15 innovative projects in British Columbia, to assist with the development, commercialization, and adoption of novel technologies.Read More
In an effort to further reduce diesel reliance in the North, Natural Resources Canada announced a combined $4.2-million investment for two TUGLIQ Energy Corporation projects in Nunavut and Quebec.Read More
The Quebec Institute of Artificial Intelligence (Mila) officially opened its new premises in a converted textile factory in Montreal, alongside other key players in the local AI ecosystem.Read More
Former Cisco senior vice-president Bryan Palma has been named as president and chief operating officer at BlackBerry Ltd.Read More
Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development (ISED) Navdeep Bains announced the two investments at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.Read More
Canada has been making strides toward better open data policies and practices, but still has far to go in terms of comprehensive implementation.Read More
In the innovation community, we often talk about how government and industry can better facilitate the commercialization of research, but not every innovation finds its most natural and ideal expression as a product.Read More
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