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Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | July 12, 2021
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, pictured on the Hill. Liberal MP Ali Ehsassi, parliamentary secretary to the minister, says the 2021 budget doubles down on the government's more than $1-billion in investments since March 2020, proposing an additional $2-billion in funding to support capabilities across the continuum of the life sciences, including genomics, clinical trials, scale up, and bio-manufacturing capacity. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | July 12, 2021
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | July 12, 2021
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne, pictured on the Hill. Liberal MP Ali Ehsassi, parliamentary secretary to the minister, says the 2021 budget doubles down on the government's more than $1-billion in investments since March 2020, proposing an additional $2-billion in funding to support capabilities across the continuum of the life sciences, including genomics, clinical trials, scale up, and bio-manufacturing capacity. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | March 24, 2021
The advance towards a smarter, more connected economy is already underway thanks to AI—especially in sectors such as autonomous vehicles, advanced manufacturing, and remote health care, writes Ali Ehsassi. Pexels photograph by Ketut Subiyanto
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | March 24, 2021
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | March 24, 2021
The advance towards a smarter, more connected economy is already underway thanks to AI—especially in sectors such as autonomous vehicles, advanced manufacturing, and remote health care, writes Ali Ehsassi. Pexels photograph by Ketut Subiyanto
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | October 26, 2020
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 8, 2020, is the lead minister responsible for the Innovation Superclusters Initiative which is a flagship co-investment with private industry in five sectors in which Canada has demonstrated significant competitive advantages: digital technologies, protein industries, next-generation manufacturing, artificial intelligence, and ocean science.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | October 26, 2020
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | October 26, 2020
Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 8, 2020, is the lead minister responsible for the Innovation Superclusters Initiative which is a flagship co-investment with private industry in five sectors in which Canada has demonstrated significant competitive advantages: digital technologies, protein industries, next-generation manufacturing, artificial intelligence, and ocean science.  The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | September 14, 2020
Two weeks ago, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, along with the prime minsiter, not pictured, announced an investment of $126-million for a new bio-manufacturing facility at the National Research Council’s Human Health Therapeutics Research Centre in Montreal. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | September 14, 2020
Opinion | BY LIBERAL MP ALI EHSASSI | September 14, 2020
Two weeks ago, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains, along with the prime minsiter, not pictured, announced an investment of $126-million for a new bio-manufacturing facility at the National Research Council’s Human Health Therapeutics Research Centre in Montreal. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The Taiz High School in Taiz city, pictured, was caught in the crossfires of the ongoing civil war in Yemen, the poorest country of the Middle East. Photograph courtesy of UNICEF
The Taiz High School in Taiz city, pictured, was caught in the crossfires of the ongoing civil war in Yemen, the poorest country of the Middle East. Photograph courtesy of UNICEF