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Topics: Science, Technology and Innovation Business and Industry

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October 1, 2017

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The Alberta Research and Innovation Framework (ARIF) action plan identifies initiatives that will contribute to the innovation targets. It also describes the reporting and accountability mechanisms for these initiatives.


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October 1, 2017

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The Alberta Research and Innovation Framework (ARIF) sets out shared outcomes and aspirational innovation targets for government, and provincially-supported research and innovation organizations, such as Alberta Innovates and post-secondary institutions. The shared focus inspired by the Framework...


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July 15, 2015

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This searchable database provides information on grant payments made by the Government of Alberta departments and select agencies to support programs and initiatives throughout the province. The payment data starts at April 1, 2014 and will be updated quarterly. The results are year to date....


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July 14, 2010

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The Alberta Competitiveness Act was created to help increase the province’s ability to compete by advancing current Alberta competitiveness initiatives, developing strategies to encourage innovation, productivity and the adoption of technology, and promote effective policies and regulatory...


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March 15, 2010

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The Government of Alberta developed this strategy, through collaboration with a diverse and committed group of stakeholders including: individual companies, industry associations, post-secondary institutions, non-governmental organizations, and multiple departments within the governments of...


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December 5, 2008

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The Alberta Enterprise Corporation Act establishes the Alberta Enterprise Corporation with two objects: (1) to promote the development of knowledge-based industries (including, information technology, communications technology, life sciences technology, nanotechnology, and environmental...


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March 1, 2007

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The project started in January 2006 with Forintek and Alberta Research Council (ARC) scientists and economists systematically reviewing the current state of the industries in Alberta that use a variety of lignocellulose feedstock from trees and crops. The purpose was to understand potential...