February 13, 2020
Canada’s National Economic Strategy Requires Input from All Voices
- Canada is underperforming on innovation and competitiveness due to our lack of ability to commercialize our R&D and products.
- Canada needs a national economic strategy that places innovation at its centre and must include government as well as leaders from all sectors.
- Our approach to talent has to be more open-minded in terms of its global orientation and the value placed on youth talent and the talents new Canadians bring with them.
To come up with a strong national economic strategy, the Prime Minister needs to be sitting at the innovation table along with very diverse voices: players from every sector, youth, new Canadians and leaders of top companies. We also need to channel capital and investment, so that these people can effectively influence Canada’s future economy.
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