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Accessible Technology Program project breakdown

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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.


College of Patent Agents and Trademark Agents: Board of Directors

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Thomas G. Conway is a partner at Conway Baxter Wilson LLP, a law firm based in Ottawa, Ontario. Mr. Conway has practised litigation for 30 years and is recognized by his peers as a leading practitioner in corporate and commercial litigation.


Establishment of the CAN Health Network

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The CAN Health Network, anchored in western Canada and southern Ontario, will facilitate the adoption of Canadian health care solutions.


BizPaL simplifies access to information on permits and licences for Canadian businesses

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BizPaL is an online service that benefits Canadian businesses by helping them identify which permits and licences they require and how to obtain them. Entrepreneurs simply select the business activities they plan to undertake, and BizPaL automatically generates a list of required permits and licences from all levels of government, along with basic information on each. The list also includes links to the various government websites where entrepreneurs can learn more and, in some cases, apply online.


International Panel on Artificial Intelligence

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The governance of IPAI will rely on participating countries that commit to consider and advance the observations and conclusions of IPAI.


600 MHz Spectrum Auction – Process and Results

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The low-frequency 600 MHz spectrum carries signals well over long distances and penetrates structures better than higher frequency bands.


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