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Partnership Boosts Support For Improving Aboriginal Maternal Health

12/06/2016: Alberta Innovates Partners with Merck Canada Inc., and Alberta Health Services to Launch New Program to Address Aboriginal Maternal Mortality  more...

Canada Announces Phase-out Of Coal By 2030

11/21/2016: Hot on the heels of COP22, Canada moves forward with climate change plan to eliminate use of coal over next 25 years  - Pembina reaction  more...

Canadian Council on Renewable Electricity Responds to Canada's Plan at COP22

11/18/2016: Group says Canada's 2050 low carbon plan gives the country distinct economic advantage in responding to climate change  more...

Alberta Makes Big Impression At COP22

11/18/2016: Alberta targets global investors at climate change conference in Marrakech  more...

University of Lethbridge iGEM Team Strikes Gold Again

11/18/2016: This year's iGEM project focused on a genetically engineers machine to improve the cleanliness of emergency medical vehicle  more...

ATB Analysts Say Worst of Oil Price Downturn Is Over

11/03/2016: Alberta economy will improve, but hiring will be weak, according to bank's forecast  more...

ASTech 2016 Winners Announced

11/01/2016: Edmonton hosts the 2016 ASTech Awards in science and technology advance innovation  more...

Changes At Alberta Innovates Focus On Economic Diversification

11/01/2016:

The crown corporation consolidates four previously existing Alberta Innovates corporations through the proclamation of the Alberta Research and Innovation Amendment Act.

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TEC Edmonton Boosts T-Squared Accelerator Program

10/28/2016:

SensorUp and TV Com join T-Squared accelerator program, a collaboration between TEC Edmonton and Telus

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Energy Efficiency Alberta Names Board And New Initiatives

10/27/2016: Journalist and energy efficiency advocate David Dodge name Chair of the new Board for Energy Efficiency Alberta, and three new programs announced, too  more...

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