Canada's Future Depends on IT

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

The innovation economy. The knowledge economy. No matter the name, it's very likely the future economy. While Canadians are eagerly jumping into high innovation sectors, such as information technology and advanced manufacturing, there are indications that those efforts aren't paying off, particularly because intellectual property is not being nurtured. The Agenda discusses innovation with experts in the field.
Episode:
Fostering Innovation in Canada; New Transportation Data
Aired:
Oct 25, 2017
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