A Statistics Canada report on foreign firms operating in Canada points to both crisis and opportunity for the country’s innovation ecosystem.
Automotive R&D and innovation is growing in the Toronto-Waterloo technology corridor, despite General Motors Oshawa assembly plant closing.
Companies in Quebec and Alberta are teaming up on an industrial project to capture CO2 and convert it into fuels and bio-products.
Nine research teams across Canada receive CANARIE funding to develop research data management tools.
A new partnership between Seneca and KUKU Canada will provide post-secondary students with state-of-the-art robotic equipment to enhance their manufacturing skills.
Ottawa launches a new program aimed at helping businesses across all regions in Canada to grow, expand into new markets and adopt new technologies.
University of Alberta spinoff firm Forge Hydrocarbons lands US$4-million investment by aerospace giant Lockheed Martin.
Centennial College students are using a newly opened applied research facility to work on industry-led projects in aerospace, health technologies and cybersecurity.
Calgary and Alberta are leading the country in developing and deploying drones, as a strategy to diversify the province’s economy, but the industry says more federal support is needed.
The University of Alberta will create an AI supercomputing hub, with a $2.5-million investment from Western Economic Diversification.