AI and Robotics

Nordic Innovation Study Tour

The 2020 Nordic Innovation Study Tour is a chance for senior Canadian executives to learn about the innovation ecosystems of Denmark and Norway. By joining us on this study tour, you will engage in a unique and dynamic forum for examining groundbreaking developments in innovation.

2April 20–24 | Denmark, Norway and Sweden

Driving Knowledge Management for Innovation

This briefing explores ways knowledge management can drive innovation within firms.

Report—32 pages



Indigenous youth are the fastest-growing population segment in Canada and are graduating from post-secondary institutions in greater numbers than ever before. They offer Canadian employers a vibrant and expanding labour pool. But in STEM fields, they are still not being trained and employed in proportion to their numbers.

Event | Fall 2020, Waterloo

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An Introduction to Cyber Insurance: Understanding the Canadian Ecosystem

Report | Rachael Bryson and Vanessa Thomas, December 13, 2019

Artificial intelligence and the Global Trade Environment: Strategic Foresight

Report | CBoC, October 4, 2019

Data dilemmas: Analytics, infrastructure, governance and talent

Blog | Dr. Vanessa Thomas, July 18, 2019

Give your data a home: choosing between data warehouses, hubs, and lakes

Blog | Vanessa Thomas, October 7, 2019

Finding focus: The future of work in Canada

Blog | Darren Gresch, October 1, 2019

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Emerging threats in cybersecurity

Webinar | Vanessa Thomas, August 26, 2019

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Emerging cyber threats: ransomware, cryptojacking, and IoT attacks

Blog | Vanessa Thomas, August 7, 2019

Driving Knowledge Management for Innovation

This briefing explores ways knowledge management can drive innovation within firms.

Report | Sarah Dimick, May 25, 2015