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Foreign Affairs Minister’s comments come amid a seeming thaw in relations between British Columbia and Alberta, which are working to establish fiscal terms that would see greater sharing of the benefits of oil movement
Crowdsourcing research, or ‘citizen science’ may give a cost-effective and innovative shot in the arm to R&D
Cricket farm invention part of the move to bring Canadian know-how to a global problem of food security.
Canada lags other countries in encouraging social enterprise, argues Craig Kielburger, co-founder of Free the Children and social enterprise Me to We
A vast country such as ours needs better networks and infrastructure to function as a world-class and equitable place to live, do business and create art, four notable Canadians tell Nate Hendley
Aside from tired old tropes (oil, water, trees), what should our country develop in order to boost our competitive edge? We asked four Canadians in diverse fields to name an unexpected resource
When we’ll hit peak oil – or whether we already have – is the stuff of hot debate. But no one’s questioning the ultimately finite nature of oil and gas reserves. So, what should Canada start investing in now, to prepare for the inevitable day when the wells run dry? We asked a range of creative Canadians for their ideas on how to plan for a post-oil future
Chat with R. Douglas Williamson, CEO of The Beacon Group, and Michael Bloom, vice-president of organizational effectiveness and learning at the Conference Board of Canada
The Hyperloop, entrepreneur Elon Musk’s proposed ‘fifth mode’ of transportation, sounds cool on paper. But are futuristic mass people-movers the answer to the gridlock that is increasingly plaguing cities in Canada and elsewhere? We asked three very different kinds of creative people for their ideas on how to beat urban traffic and get cities moving
With rapid change, the skills needed in the future are difficult to foretell. Four creative Canadians suggest how they would design higher education to meet an unknown future skills gap