Canada is facing an innovation dilemma that has the power to cripple our economy for decades to come. It is caused by two separate...Read More Canada’s innovation hurdles
I’m a Patriots fan. I was born outside Boston and lived in New England as a child. If the dreamy Tom Brady needs a...Read More Tom Brady and vagina eggs
Column by Timothy Caulfield
Research intensity – the percentage of GDP a country spends on R&D – is the traditional indicator that policy-makers use to assess the vitality...Read More Shifting the innovation conversation to prosperity
Over the past year, “truth” has taken a serious beating — and so have “facts,” “evidence” and “science.” We seem to be swimming in...Read More In 2017, let’s take back science! Column by Timothy Caulfield
To hear Tesla founder Elon Musk and his electric vehicle disciples tell it, our personal transportation future is dazzling. In their world, internal combustion...Read More Making electric vehicles happen in Canada
If the federal government’s plans for a new infrastructure bank work out, bridges, transit lines and hospitals across Canada will soon be built using...Read More Could private investment build better social programs?