Technology

Canada Set To Join Geothermal Country Club With DEEP Success In Saskatchewan

Canada’s status as the only country on the seismically active Ring of Fire circling the Pacific Ocean to have never developed a dedicated geothermal power project could be about to end with a project more than a thousand kilometres from the coast — in  the southern prairie of Saskatchewan.

September 22, 2020, 12 AM MDT


Alberta Provides $2.1 Million In Post-Secondary Funding To Support, In Part, Energy Innovation

The Government of Alberta will provide $2.1 million in Research Capacity Program (RCP) grants to the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT), Red Deer College and Olds College, helping the post-secondary institutions perform cutting-edge research in areas such as clean energy technology, smart agriculture and 3D printing.

September 21, 2020, 5:38 PM MDT


Royal Helium Adds 321 Square KM Of New Helium Permits In Saskatchewan

Royal Helium Ltd. has received permits for an additional 32,166 hectares or 321 square kilometres of helium land in the southeastern half of Royal's Saskatchewan landholdings where the total helium lease and permit land now total approximately 4,320 square kilometres.

September 21, 2020, 9:44 AM MDT


Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Gets Boost From Alberta Government

The Alberta government is supporting artificial intelligence and machine learning with $9 million in funding for the Alberta Machine Intelligence Institute (Amii).

September 18, 2020, 10:48 AM MDT


Consultations Underway On Modernization Of Alberta’s Intellectual Property Laws

The Alberta government plans to consult with the technology sector on modernizing intellectual property (IP) laws as it looks to technology as a key part of its economic recovery, the province’s newly-appointed minister of Jobs, Economy and Innovation said Thursday.  

September 18, 2020, 6:40 AM MDT


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