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Kendra MacDonald

Kendra MacDonald is the CEO of Canada’s Ocean Supercluster responsible for driving innovation and growth in the ocean economy.

On April 11, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster and the Norwegian Embassy in Ottawa hosted leaders in industry, ocean technology, community, and the public sector to discuss the prioritization of the ocean sector. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
On April 11, Canada’s Ocean Supercluster and the Norwegian Embassy in Ottawa hosted leaders in industry, ocean technology, community, and the public sector to discuss the prioritization of the ocean sector. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash
Opinion | BY KENDRA MACDONALD | October 29, 2021
Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia. 'The job of our ocean in the fight against climate change has become far more crucial than ever before,' writes Kendra MacDonald, CEO Canada’s Ocean Supercluster. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash, Suchakra Sharma
Opinion | BY KENDRA MACDONALD | October 29, 2021
Opinion | BY KENDRA MACDONALD | October 29, 2021
Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia. 'The job of our ocean in the fight against climate change has become far more crucial than ever before,' writes Kendra MacDonald, CEO Canada’s Ocean Supercluster. Photograph courtesy of Unsplash, Suchakra Sharma
Opinion | BY KENDRA MACDONALD | September 28, 2020
Today, the ocean economy is considered to be the seventh largest economy in the world based on GDP. Countries have turned their attention to ocean as we begin to realize just how instrumental it will be not only to economic recovery, but to long-term sustainable growth, writes Kendra MacDonald. Photograph courtesy Commons Wikimedia
Opinion | BY KENDRA MACDONALD | September 28, 2020
Opinion | BY KENDRA MACDONALD | September 28, 2020
Today, the ocean economy is considered to be the seventh largest economy in the world based on GDP. Countries have turned their attention to ocean as we begin to realize just how instrumental it will be not only to economic recovery, but to long-term sustainable growth, writes Kendra MacDonald. Photograph courtesy Commons Wikimedia