Three U of T faculty land on Canada's top 40 under 40 list
Three University of Toronto faculty members – all working on critical health research – made Canada’s celebrated Top 40 Under 40 list this year.
Novartis, Bristol-Myers Squibb evaluate potential metastatic colorectal cancer treatments | Biotechnology Focus | Biotechnology Focus – Leading change in Canada’s life science industry, from innovation to business
Colorectal cancer is the third most common type of cancer in men and the second most common in women, with approximately 1.4 million new diagnoses in 2012. For the same period, approximately 694,000 d...
Medventions Internship Program - Sunnybrook Hospital
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre employment opportunities. An up-to-date list of job postings for various programs and departments throughout the hospital.
Why Canada needs to extend flow-through shares to the innovation sector now - Cantech Letter
Flow-through shares (“FTS”) are a uniquely Canadian innovation. The structure is a key driver in bringing risk capital and the resource sector together. The Canadian government introduced the flow-through share instrument over 60 years ago via the Income Tax Act. A flow-through share provides tax incentives to investors by enabling resource companies to “flow through” …
Look to Toronto, not India, for tech talent
Throughout the ’90s, software development executives have considered offshore development as part of their cost management strategy to keep spending down. They did this by outsourcing many functions and projects to Ukraine, India, Mexico, Costa Rica, Argentina, or Russia. On Friday morning last week, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced that it had already reached its congressionally mandated threshold of 85,000 visas for the new fiscal year, so we could see a massive bump in offshoring.
Right Turn: Sightings of innovation in Canada - Signals Blog
If you are a knowledge worker, it may seem as though "innovation" is on everyone's lips these days. First, Canadians saw Industry Canada renamed Innovation, Science and Economic Development when Prime Minister Trudeau unveiled his first cabinet. Then, Budget 2017, titled "building a strong middle class" could have had "the innovation budget" as its working title.