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Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 28, 2022
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured recently on the Hill. Investing in the space economy results in advances in areas like artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics that cascade to other sectors, like advanced manufacturing, writes Mike Greenley, CEO of MDA. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 28, 2022
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 28, 2022
Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland, pictured recently on the Hill. Investing in the space economy results in advances in areas like artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics that cascade to other sectors, like advanced manufacturing, writes Mike Greenley, CEO of MDA. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 24, 2021
In September, SpaceX took the next big step, sending four tourists to an orbit higher than the International Space Station. These achievements in human spaceflight reflect more than the power of imagination. They are the outcome of the dizzying pace of innovation and investment driving the rapidly growing space economy, writes Mike Greenley. Flickr photograph courtesy of SpaceX
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 24, 2021
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 24, 2021
In September, SpaceX took the next big step, sending four tourists to an orbit higher than the International Space Station. These achievements in human spaceflight reflect more than the power of imagination. They are the outcome of the dizzying pace of innovation and investment driving the rapidly growing space economy, writes Mike Greenley. Flickr photograph courtesy of SpaceX
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | December 7, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Aug. 9, 2018, visiting MDA's Montreal facility to see the RADARSAT Constellation Mission satellites before they launched. The global space market is worth more than USD$420-billion today; Morgan Stanley forecasts this market will grow to USD$1-trillion per year by 2040. Canada's well-positioned to lead in that future, if we keep our hand in, writes Mike Greenley. Photograph courtesy of MDA
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | December 7, 2020
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | December 7, 2020
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured Aug. 9, 2018, visiting MDA's Montreal facility to see the RADARSAT Constellation Mission satellites before they launched. The global space market is worth more than USD$420-billion today; Morgan Stanley forecasts this market will grow to USD$1-trillion per year by 2040. Canada's well-positioned to lead in that future, if we keep our hand in, writes Mike Greenley. Photograph courtesy of MDA
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 25, 2019
Earlier this year, the Government of Canada made a bold and strategic decision to join the NASA-led Lunar Gateway program, pictured, by contributing Canadarm3 to this Moon-orbiting outpost, extending the Canadarm program for another generation. The government also committed to support Telesat’s innovative Low Earth Orbit satellite constellation that will strongly benefit Canada’s northern and remote communities. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 25, 2019
Opinion | BY MIKE GREENLEY | November 25, 2019
Earlier this year, the Government of Canada made a bold and strategic decision to join the NASA-led Lunar Gateway program, pictured, by contributing Canadarm3 to this Moon-orbiting outpost, extending the Canadarm program for another generation. The government also committed to support Telesat’s innovative Low Earth Orbit satellite constellation that will strongly benefit Canada’s northern and remote communities. Photograph courtesy of Commons Wikimedia