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April 28, 2016

OTTAWA, ONTARIO — Canadians have made great, innovative contributions, but we rarely celebrate these accomplishments. The Governor General’s Innovation Awards were established to recognize outstanding Canadian individuals, teams and organizations — the trailblazers and creators who strengthen our country, help shape our future and inspire the next generation. Today,
the Office of the Governor General announced the inaugural award recipients.

April 15, 2016

Guy Levesque, the CFI’s Vice President, Programs and Performance
(fourth in from the left) joins his colleagues at Carleton University to announce

March 14, 2016

New state-of-the-art labs and equipment will boost research and innovation at 26 universities across Canada

Edmonton, Alberta — The Minister of Science, Kirsty Duncan, today announced more than $23 million in funding for 95 projects at 26 universities across Canada.

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Cancer survivor develops a simulation game to help patients manage pain

When he was 17 years old, Henry Lo was diagnosed with lymphoma, which meant that he spent most of his time either at home or in the hospital undergoing chemotherapy.

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April 28, 2016

OTTAWA, ONTARIO — Canadians have made great, innovative contributions, but we rarely celebrate these accomplishments. The Governor General’s Innovation Awards were established to recognize outstanding Canadian individuals, teams and organizations — the trailblazers and creators who strengthen our country, help shape our future and inspire the next generation. Today,
the Office of the Governor General announced the inaugural award recipients.