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Morneau: Canada aims to be 'global innovation centre'

Friday, April 01, 2016 - 01:53

Canada's Finance Minister, Bill Morneau, says he wants to see his country become a centre of global innovation.

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Looking further ahead over the next decade we'll invest more than a 120 billion dollars in infrastructure infrastructure. Potential projects include making significant investments to improve airports and border infrastructure. And helping bolster the tree corners that keep camp opened the UK. Europe and the rest of the world. In budget to about sixteen or governments also defining vision for this economy. To make our country century global nation. Simply put turning new ground breaking ideas. On goods and services. Makes economic goods and it generates more opportunities for Canadians Canadian businesses including economic diversification. And increased rate. Help businesses of all sizes. Post secondary institutions. Governments. And other innovations stakeholders to work together more strategically. Our budget 2016. Makes available 800 million dollars for years to support innovation networks. Can. To support increased access to global market expertise. How innovative technology firms to grow. Our budget budget 2016. States are our recommitment to invest to renew the Canadian technology. Accelerator. This program that supports information communications technology. Life sciences and clean technology. By providing mantra ship into action actual clients and partners. And best base in business accelerators abroad. It's managed by AD tree service and the programs available here in the UK as well states. And India.

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Morneau: Canada aims to be 'global innovation centre'

Friday, April 01, 2016 - 01:53