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Opinion | BY STEWART BECK, JOHN KNUBLEY | April 3, 2023
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne speaks to reporters in Ottawa on March 31. Canada needs more initiatives that fully align domestic technology investments and international opportunities, write Stewart Beck and John Knubley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY STEWART BECK, JOHN KNUBLEY | April 3, 2023
Opinion | BY STEWART BECK, JOHN KNUBLEY | April 3, 2023
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne speaks to reporters in Ottawa on March 31. Canada needs more initiatives that fully align domestic technology investments and international opportunities, write Stewart Beck and John Knubley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY STEWART BECK, JOHN KNUBLEY | April 6, 2022
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne is pictured in the West Block on Feb. 2. Canada should look to align its domestic innovation policy agenda with today’s geopolitical realities, write Stewart Beck and John Knubley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY STEWART BECK, JOHN KNUBLEY | April 6, 2022
Opinion | BY STEWART BECK, JOHN KNUBLEY | April 6, 2022
Innovation Minister François-Philippe Champagne is pictured in the West Block on Feb. 2. Canada should look to align its domestic innovation policy agenda with today’s geopolitical realities, write Stewart Beck and John Knubley. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DEEANA HORTON, STEWART BECK | October 18, 2017
The Munk School of Global Affairs’ Innovation Policy Lab research has identified China and Hong Kong as markets of choice for large and small Canadian high-tech companies. Photograph courtesy of Bernard Spragg
Opinion | BY DEEANA HORTON, STEWART BECK | October 18, 2017
Opinion | BY DEEANA HORTON, STEWART BECK | October 18, 2017
The Munk School of Global Affairs’ Innovation Policy Lab research has identified China and Hong Kong as markets of choice for large and small Canadian high-tech companies. Photograph courtesy of Bernard Spragg