Opposition parties are calling on the government to put more into Canada's innovation policy than just grants and tax incentives.
Innovation, Science and Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains declined an interview to talk about the new government's plans for innovation, but Conservative MP Maxime Bernier and NDP MP Brian Masse say the Liberals urgently need to put forward a thorough policy comprised of more than grants and tax incentives. The Hill Times photographs by Jake Wright
Canada needs a wide-spanning and visionary plan for innovation in the near future that involves more than just government grants and tax incentives, innovation critics told The Hill Times.
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