3 Community Innovators Upping Canada’s Culture of Innovation

And their role in COVID-19 recovery

Why It Matters

More than half of Canadians believe it’s important for people to engage in local problem-solving efforts. This story in our series in partnership with the Rideau Hall Foundation features the many local innovators supporting their communities during pandemic recovery, and what this means for Canada’s culture of innovation.

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