C-CORE is building capacity to collect data from small satellites (smallsats) that orbit the earth for observation purposes such as environmental monitoring. Using comparably small-scale ground stations, C-CORE is extracting large amounts of data from the orbiting smallsats. It then analyzes and interprets the data to more effectively monitor and measure environmental indicators, such as greenhouse and air quality gas emissions, for clients in various sectors, including resource development, transportation, and safety and security.
Supporting local festivals that promote Atlantic Canada’s most well-known features helps attract visitors to communities big and small and creates a financial boost to the local economy year after year. That’s why the governments of Canada and Prince Edward Island are investing in the Tyne Valley Oyster Festival (TVOF), a five-day event centered around food, cultural heritage, music and entertainment that draws thousands of tourists to Tyne Valley each summer.
The Town of Holyrood is strengthening community infrastructure by developing its waterfront area to support the region’s growing tourism sector and create new economic opportunities. The Town of Holyrood is making significant improvements to its waterfront by improving the aesthetics, utility, and functionality of the boardwalk and festival grounds. This initiative will increase tourism and economic development opportunities for the Town of Holyrood and surrounding areas, and will improve amenities for residents and visitors to the region.
Strengthening Atlantic Canada's network of business accelerators and incubators (BAI) by providing access to mentorship, investors and other support enables the region’s most promising startups to create new jobs and contribute to the region’s economy. That’s why the Government of Canada is investing in Propel ICT Inc. (Propel) so it can continue offering its suite of virtual accelerator programming to startups in every corner of Atlantic Canada.