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Policy Briefing: Innovation
Given the strong presence of colleges across Canada, and the breadth of college expertise in these disciplines, their work will offer significant benefit to faculty, to students, and to local businesses and communities throughout the country and well into the future.
Central to our policies is understanding that there is no conflict between environment and economy.
If Canada wants to further encourage an increase in Canadian innovation, the government should consider ‘pull incentives’ like lower tax rates on the fruits of innovation, say some experts.
Competition can be an impediment to innovation in the cleantech sector when large companies are reluctant to share their challenges with smaller innovators.
The Canadian National Ultrahigh-Field NMR Facility for Solids is expected to close which experts say would be a big blow to those who use the one-of-a-kind facility.
With a lack of investment in innovation from idea to commercial product, several experts say Canada will lose intelligence, talent, and economic benefits.

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