BRAMPTON, ON - A week after the grand opening of the Peel Memorial Centre for Integrated Health and Wellness, the City of Brampton released results of a study for creating a Health and Life Sciences cluster around this world-class facility.
Cluster organizations are the centre of cluster development in practice
In this blog, the Institute explains how cluster organizations and managers drive practical cluster development and provides examples of three cluster organizations in Ontario.
The Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor
Canada’s nascent technology supercluster in the Toronto-Waterloo region has the potential to become one of the world’s top innovation ecosystems. This report examines how it can be achieved.
Why you should live, work, study and invest in Toronto. Seriously.
You may know Toronto as "the 6ix," the much-loved home of Drake and the Weeknd, or the place Prince Harry visits to see his girfriend. But there's so much more to this city, experts say.
Nurturing the Network of Firms within Innovation Ecosystems.
We are forming in many different ways our greater collection of relationships that matter to each organization, by connecting increasingly in a network of potential partners The goals is so as to deliver innovative products and services that would not be able to be delivered by only having just the one organization attempting it. Managing…
Collaborating to Compete One Canadian Cluster's Bench-to-Bedside Approach | Site Selection Magazine
Quick: Where were both insulin and stem cells discovered? If you said Canada's largest city, give yourself a red maple leaf.
Toronto has the right recipe for innovation | Toronto Star
As cities become the leading engines of innovation, Canada will fall behind unless it embraces downtown density as a driving force in the new economy
Adopting our Advantage: Supporting a thriving health science sector in Ontario
Ontario’s health science sector is positioned for success. We are established leaders in diverse fields of study, and gifted with a robust research community and entrepreneurial culture. Yet, there is a growing sense that much of the sector’s potential is unrealized, as it lacks necessary capacity to capitalize, commercialize, and diffuse innovation...
LEAGUE's Mike Serbinis says get behind the Canadian tech movement or
LEAGUE CEO and founder Mike Serbinis is known for his candor. Whether speaking at events like #BetaKitIPO, or simply talking about his company's upcoming fundraising, Serbinis is direct and does not mince words. This morning, the founder and former CEO of Kobo took to Twitter to unleash umbrage at a recent op-ed in The Globe and Mail on Toronto Mayor John Tory's trip to the Valley.