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2016

By Lindsay Gellman contributed to the Wall Street Journal | May 5, 2016

University of Waterloo has become a magnet for companies such as Google and Amazon.

To find Silicon Valley's latest hunting ground for engineering talent, start at Stanford University -- then drive northeast for about 40 hours.

Dave McKay Contributed to the Globe and Mail | May 3, 2016

Dave McKay is chief executive officer of Royal Bank of Canada.

macleans.ca | Mar 8, 2016

The 2015 Nobel Laureate for Physics visits Ottawa: ‘I’m hearing very good things’.

Barrie McKenna contributed to the Globe and Mail | Mar 7, 2016

Israel might not seem like an obvious model for Canada – for anything. It’s a small unitary state with few natural resources and locked in perpetual conflict with its Arab neighbours.

Dan Breznitz Contibuted to Globe and Mail | Feb 12, 2016

Dan Breznitz is the Munk Chair of Innovation Studies and co-director of the Innovation Policy Lab at the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto. He is the author of several award-winning books on innovation and growth.

Station 14 | Jan 8, 2016

The Government of Canada and NSERC, The Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, have invested $4 Million over 4 years into a local ground-breaking research project based out of Queen's University.

Patrick Deane, Meric Gertler and Feridun Hamdullahpur Contributed to the Globe and Mail | Dec 28, 2015

Patrick Deane is president and vice-chancellor of McMaster University. Meric Gertler is president of the University of Toronto. Feridun Hamdullahpur is president and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo.

2015

Macleans.ca | Nov 25, 2015

Like many new Canadian citizens, I came here for an opportunity, but fell in love with the extraordinarily generous, open and diverse nation that is Canada.

David Turpin, Edmonton Journal | Nov 16, 2015

Universities are among the most enduring institutions in society because they are educators, generators of new ideas, and engines of social, cultural and economic prosperity. Universities hold us all to account.

The Globe and Mail | Nov 8, 2015

One month after Queen’s University physicist Art McDonald won a Nobel Prize, the landmark neutrino experiment he headed up near Sudbury, Ont., has claimed a share of the world’s most lucrative science award.