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Minister Ng highlights government initiative to scale up Canadian companies 

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | news releases

The Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of Small Business and Export Promotion, participated in a panel discussion on implementing medical innovation at the 2019 edition of the Toronto Global Forum hosted by the International Economic Forum of the Americas.


Government of Canada and Government of Quebec announce the creation of an international centre of expertise in Montreal for the advancement of artificial intelligence 

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | news releases

The Honourable Navdeep Bains, Canada’s Minister of Innovation, Science and Economic Development, and Nadine Girault, Quebec’s Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie, announced the creation of a Montréal-based international centre of expertise for the advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) as part of the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI).


Canadians in Eastern Ontario to benefit from faster Internet

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | news releases

Canadians understand the importance of building communities. They have always invested in ways to better connect with each other—from the St. Lawrence Seaway to the national railroad system to the Trans-Canada Highway. Those investments now need to reflect the increasingly digital world.


Canadians in northern Alberta to benefit from faster Internet

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | news releases

Canadians understand the importance of building communities. They have always invested in ways to better connect with each other—from the St. Lawrence Seaway to the national railroad system to the Trans-Canada Highway. Those investments now need to reflect the increasingly digital world.


CanCode program: Project breakdown

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | backgrounders

The CanCode program was launched in 2017, with funds starting to flow in January 2018.


Accessible Technology Program project breakdown

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | backgrounders

The Accessible Technology Program was launched at the close of 2017, with funds starting to flow in 2018. The following table is a breakdown of the projects announced as of September 4, 2019, including projects by six for-profit organizations, two not-for-profit organizations and seven research institutes.


Government of Canada announces new Accessible Technology Program funding recipients

| Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada | news releases

Canadians with disabilities deserve the same opportunities to find good jobs, contribute to their communities, and build a better life for themselves and their families. Yet many Canadians with disabilities still face barriers to full participation in the digital economy.


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