By enhancing existing incentives and introducing new ones to promote investment in tech startups and productivity, new measures in Quebec’s budget will increase the province’s attractiveness to innovative companies.
Alberta and Saskatchewan partner on a feasibility study of commercial-scale carbon capture and storage at a cement plant — a North American first for the cement industry.
SOTI may be the homegrown tech titan that most Canadians haven’t heard of, but other countries are paying attention. With 17,000 enterprise customers in 178 countries, the Mississauga-based provider of business-critical mobility solutions is frequently courted by world leaders, and for good reason: SOTI boasts 98 consecutive quarters of profitability, all without ever taking outside…
The scaling-up challenges faced by an innovative Alberta company.
A new innovation ‘sandbox’ at Dalhousie University will help student entrepreneurs turn their bright ideas into commercial products.
Emissions Reduction Alberta-Business Development Bank of Canada offers easier and timely access to funding for innovative greenhouse gas-reducing technologies.
Canadian researchers will share funding for seven projects exploring alternative uses for oil sands bitumen, from nanostructured materials to road construction asphalt.
Calgary Technologies Inc. breaks ground on a new innovation centre in the heart of downtown Calgary.
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.