The newly elected Ontario Progressive Conservative Party has eliminated research and innovation as a separate ministry as it unveiled its slimmed-down 21-person Cabinet.Read More
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Canada is fighting back the US for imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum by encouraging Canadian companies to innovate.Read More
The federal government has announced $1.4 million in financial assistance to Les Cuisines Gaspésiennes Ltd and the Fonds d’innovation et de développement économique local de La Matanie (FIDEL) to help the Quebec regional economy remain competitive. Les Cuisines Gaspésiennes of Matane, QC will receive $1.2 million in repayable contributions to upgrade its production capacity through…Read More
The federal government has released a new National Cyber Security Strategy based in part on a Cyber Review with public consultations conducted in 2016 and first announced in Budget 2018.Read More
The federal government is backing five large venture capital (VC) fund of funds (FoF) to boost the much-needed late-stage capital available to Canadian tech firms.Read More
The federal government is providing $10 million to build new specialized equipment at the largest and most powerful particle accelerator in the world, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) in Geneva, Switzerland.Read More
Montreal’s Bombardier has committed several million dollars for an aerospace R&D hub in the GTA, which brings together the academia and industry with support from the three levels of government.Read More
Interac Corp has opened an innovation lab, called the Interac Lab, in Kitchener’s Communitech hub.Read More
The Univ of Waterloo has appointed international business adviser Dominic Barton as its 11th chancellor.Read More
Denise Amyot will continue to lead Colleges and Institutes Canada (CICan) as president and CEO. Amyot’s contract was renewed for a second five-year term by the CICan board of directors and announced at its Annual General Membership meeting on June 19.Read More
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