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Innovate Canmore refocusing after cancelled tax credit

Innovate Canmore refocusing after cancelled tax credit

CANMORE – Innovate Canmore is reconsidering its future as a non-profit organization after the provincial government pulled the plug on an economic diversification tax credit earlier this year.
Innovate Canmore flips bit on blockchain

Innovate Canmore flips bit on blockchain

CANMORE – Innovate Canmore is adding blockchain expertise to the tech foundry with a new partnership with Calgary-based YYChain.

Innovate Canmore introduces coding program for kids

Innovate Canmore is launching a new children’s educational program to help Bow Valley students learn the ins and outs of computer coding.
Innovate Canmore to give back funds for economic impact study

Innovate Canmore to give back funds for economic impact study

"We had to move away from funding from governments," said Innovate Canmore's Brian McClure said. "Moving forward, we know we are heading in the right direction." 
Innovate Canmore focused on multi-million dollar disruptors

Innovate Canmore focused on multi-million dollar disruptors

CANMORE - It takes a village to raise a $100 million business, or at least that’s Innovate Canmore CEO Brian McClure’s idea.
University of Saskatchewan doubles down on its future in Canmore

University of Saskatchewan doubles down on its future in Canmore

The University of Saskatchewan has announced a formal partnership with Innovate Canmore and confirmed it would be a tenant in an innovation hub as part of Three Sisters Mountain Village's proposed Gateway project, should it be approved for rezoning.

Tech hub hopes to diversify Canmore’s economy

A new tech hub in Canmore is hoping to attract startup businesses and innovative entrepreneurs to the community.
Investment into AI predicted to grow high-tech economy

Investment into AI predicted to grow high-tech economy

CANMORE – An investment of $100 million over five years by the Alberta Government into artificial intelligence research and commercialization is expected to return over $200 million in leveraged industry investment in the short term.

LETTER: Future projects should include housing for employees

Editor: Ernie Barber from the University of Saskatchewan and Innovate Canmore CEO Brian McLure are really good at telling us what they’re really good at.

Economic development still uncertain for Canmore

Canmore’s elected officials are still at a crossroads when it comes to finding a direction in which to pursue economic development and diversification in the community.