It’s been said that we make our future by the best use of the present. The province’s ten universities have long driven economic growth opportunities and promoted social development and innovation.
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As Canadians, we are told that our new government has an “innovation agenda” that will foster “innovation culture.”
The Trudeau government plans to make some changes to the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, according to Navdeep Bains, the minister responsible for ACOA.
Bill Hutchison, Chair and Co-Founder of i-CANADA, adds his congratulations today to the cities of Montreal, Winnipeg and Surrey for being named a “Top 7 Intelligent Community” by the Intelligent Community Forum in New York. “The Top 7 Intelligent Communities of the Year provide role models for the world’s best practices in creating competitive local
Waterloo Region and Toronto need to be connected by all-day GO service or high-speed rail so the two cities can successfully compete with the likes of Silicon Valley and Cambridge-London in the U.K., the mayors of Toronto and Kitchener say.
A new way of doing business is going to be incubated and mentored right here in the border community of Amherst, with various levels of the private and public sectors committing over $1.5 million towards turning the former town hall – the Confederation Memorial Building – on Ratchford Street into a business innovation centre, theatre
Talks between the mayors of Canada’s largest cities and Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government continued today in Ottawa.
Dear i-Canada Community Members, When we created i-CANADA five years ago the high level goal was to enhance the culture of innovation in Canada by encouraging and supporting the evolution of our cities for economic, social and environmental leadership in tomorrow’s world. The many members of the i-CANADA Council of Governors, www.iCanada150.ca , have been
The federal minister responsible for reducing poverty says he is interested in the idea of a guaranteed income in Canada.
Governor-General David Johnston heads to Washington next week for a “working visit” to push for greater collaboration on science and innovation, one month before Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s official visit to the White House.