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Policy Briefing: Technology

Canada could be a leader in digital economy, says Goodyear

But Science Minister Gary Goodyear says governments, academia and business have to foster culture of innovation together.
Canada has the fiscal capacity to make decisions now about supporting research and development that will enhance our competitive position and lay the foundations for growth, health and prosperity in the decades ahead, and to position Canada internationall
If scientific leadership and global knowledge partnerships are to be the benchmarks of any U.S. economic revival, then clearly Canada should pay more attention to the signals from our largest trading and scientific partner.
Failure to commit to a new innovation agenda places Canada at risk of falling behind in a global competition for talent, say think-tanks.
In this context, scholars and their research partners across campus and in the private, public and non-profit sectors are helping Canada develop talent, gain insight, and build connections in the new technologically-enabled and people-centered culture of
In an increasingly competitive world, with economies that have lower wage and cost bases than our economy, clean technologies can provide Canada with a competitive edge in the global marketplace.

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