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Feds push their clean budget at events in Alliston, Edmonton

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was at Honda Canada in Alliston, Ont. last week to promote new and expanded investment tax credits in the government’s...

CleanTech North event probes complex world of tax credits

There appears to be much to be excited about as far as cleantech initiatives go following the release of last week’s federal budget. But...

Audits, uncertainty, and paperwork: The bureaucratic burden of SR&ED

When Stephen Hayward, the co-founder and president of Toronto-based data and analytics solution provider Project X Ltd., applied to the Scientific Research and Experimental...

A Look at SR&ED in 2018 and beyond

By Brian Cookson Some background and context The SR&ED tax credit program has been in existence since 1985. The Budget Papers published in 1985 stated that...

CATA wants the Liberals to ‘press the reset button’ to improve Canadian business growth

CATA thinks Canada's federal government needs to seriously reconsider its economic agenda, and isn't afraid to say so.

Are SR&ED tax changes another punch in the teeth for Canada’s tech sector?

While announcing new money for innovation funding, governments are also making moves that will make it difficult for smaller ICT firms to compete in the market.

How Ubisoft taps Montreal’s ecosystem to compete in a billion-dollar market

An interview with Cédric Orvoine, the vice-president, human resources & communications at Ubisoft Montréal about the videogame maker's presence in Montreal.

Budget 2017 – A big miss on innovation opportunity

The critical issue for Canada is to raise its innovation potential which, among other things, means getting out in front. If we are playing catch-up, as the budget implies, then we will not be a leading innovation nation, no matter how often Finance Minister Bill Morneau says we will be.

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