The Canadian Science Policy Centre launched a new networking initiative for politicians and researchers at its annual conference in Ottawa this year, called Science Meets Parliament. The aim of the pilot program is to foster awareness and understanding between lawmakers and scientists, and to cultivate better communication between the two.Read More
Author: Mark Mann
The importance of evidence-based decision-making has become a mantra among those in the research and innovation community who wish to influence public policy. But science and policy don’t always make easy companions.Read More
Sylvain Cofsky has announced that he will be leaving his position as Executive Director of the Green Aviation Research and Development Network (GARDN) on November 23th and will join Innovitech as Chief Executive Officer. Previously an innovation and research advisor for the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) and prior to that the director general of NanoQuebec,…Read More
Humber College has received $10 million from the Barrett Family Foundation to support the new Barrett Centre for Technology Innovation (Barrett CTI), scheduled to open in 2019. The largest in the college’s history, the private donation will help fund skill development in technology and experiential, career-oriented learning for students. The gift follows a previous $5-million…Read More
Two of the five Canadian superclusters in ISED’s $950-million Innovation Superclusters Initiative have signed funding agreements and are set to launch. On November 13, economic development minister Navdeep Bains announced the investment of nearly $230 million in the Ontario-based Next Generation Manufacturing Supercluster (NGen), while public safety minister Ralph Goodale, speaking on behalf of ISED,…Read More
Speaking on Friday, November 9 at the 2018 Canadian Science Policy Conference in Ottawa, Chief Science Advisor Dr. Mona Nemer announced that all major equipment in federal labs will become part of the Canada Foundation for Innovation’s Research Facilities Navigator inventory, which previously only included infrastructure in academic settings like universities, teaching hospitals and colleges.…Read More
The Canadian government has introduced a Federal Strategy on Innovation and Growth for the Quebec Regions. The new plan aims to support region-specific initiatives that will foster innovation, entrepreneurial activity and the creation of well-paying jobs. Piloted by Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions (CED), the strategy focuses on four priorities: innovation and clean tech;…Read More
Kirsty Duncan, the Minister of Science and Sport, has announced $45 million in investment for college-industry research partnerships through the College and Community Innovation (CCI) Program and the College and Community Social Innovation Fund (CCSIF). This investment reflects Budget 2018’s inclusion of $140 in additional funding for CCI over five years and $30 million a…Read More
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced last week federal investments for TRIUMF, Canada’s particle accelerator centre, to create a new life sciences facility called the Institute for Advanced Medical Isotopes (IAMI). Of the total $31.8 million required for construction, Ottawa will provide $10.2 million, British Columbia $12.2, TRIUMF $5.4 million, and the BC Cancer Foundation and…Read More
The University of Ottawa’s Administration Committee has announced the appointment of Guy Levesque as Associate Vice-President, Research Support and Infrastructure, beginning November 19. Mr. Levesque currently serves as Vice-President, Programs and Performance at the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI), where he previously held the position of Director of Programs from 2010 to 2015. He has…Read More
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