There is no better time for Canadian scholars to think globally, and no better time for the government to support their efforts.
Partnerships frequently bring together a critical mass of people with complementary expertise; they allow an interdisciplinary approach and give access to wider sets of data. This is true in fields as diverse as urban policy, biodiversity, regenerative medicine, clean energy and artificial intelligence, writes Ted Sargent. Photograph courtesy of Pixabay
TORONTO—Talent and innovation—and therefore universities—play a crucial role in Canada’s competitiveness.
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Conservative MPs and strategists agree that appointing former Harper cabinet minister John Baird to lead the election post-mortem is the right call. 'He does not hold any punches,' says Conservative MP Stephanie Kusie.