A Senior Director of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce and the CEO of Polytechnics Canada discuss what lies ahead for Canadian Business post COVID 19
There are many compelling reasons for companies to partner with charities (and vice versa), and all these reasons relate to adding value to the business.
The Centre of Excellence in Protective Equipment and Materials provides companies with expertise,
design, and testing to develop superior, Canadian-made PPE
SMEs are the backbone of Canada’s economy, and Lambton College helps them develop and commercialize their offerings through research projects.
The Humber College and Seneca transfer program increases access to world-class education and helps both institutions engage with today’s labour market
Saskatchewan Polytechnic’s Digital Integrated Centre of Excellence (DICE) uses data driven applied research to solve their partners data challenges
The RBF and CFC have partnered to launch The RBC Future Launch Community Challenge which aims to shift power into the hands of young Canadian Leaders
When the agri-food and agri-tech industry encounters a challenge — from wineries to cannabis — Brock University has the solution.
Technology has transformed farming, and now farm management technology like Climate FieldView is taking it to the next level.
As the deadline for the United Nations’ 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development approaches and challenges like poverty and climate change grow in urgency, corporations have an important role to play in supporting real change.
The Rideau Hall Foundation is supporting Canadian leadership in innovation through partnerships that bring together leaders, organizations, and ideas.
Niagara College and Industry are partnering to create vital medical supplies and are developing innovations in medical technologies to combat Coronavirus
Established in 1967, the Cambrian College of Applied Arts and Technology offers over 80 full-time trade and technical programs across three Ontario campuses — Sudbury, Espanola, and Little Current/Manitoulin Island.
Ontario boasts more universities and colleges than any other province in the country giving it an edge in the fastest growing market: the intangible economy
Red River College, works with largescale partners as well as small- and medium-sized enterprises to bring project ideas to life.
Mary Robinson is the Director of Research, Policy, and Collaboration at the Responsible Investment Association. Mediaplanet spoke with her about what it means to invest with purpose and why it’s not a one-size-fits-all approach.