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A heavy hand can kill competition, but targeted measures can encourage it, argues Eduardo Pérez Motta, Chair of the International Competition Network
How Finnish schools helped one Alberta teacher tailor English class to capture students’ interest and excitement
Canadian programming isn’t easily discovered in a globalized entertainment landscape that favours algorithms and social recommendations
The OECD’s PISA studies show Finnish students are among the best in the world in reading, math and science.
Built on 101 hectares of land reclaimed from the sea, the Gardens by the Bay is a multimillion-dollar project designed to show off Singapore’s prowess in green technology and commitment to innovation, as the island-nation seeks to enter its next phase of economic prowess by, among other things, aggressively investing in research and development.
How a small city-state with no resources created boom times, and what happened after its explosive growth slowed
Goodyear says Conservative government trying to boost private-sector spending on research and development by shifting the focus of federal spending and support
The Gardens by the Bay is a multimillion-dollar project that includes 50-metre tall ‘supertrees’ and an indoor mountain
Banks need to jump on mobile innovation now, or risk losing out when millennials are half its customers, Capco’s John Armstrong argues
In a globalizing world, interprovincial trade barriers put Canadian businesses at a ‘serious disadvantage,’ says Perrin Beatty, former cabinet minister and president of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce