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Basic Critical Infrastructure for the 21st Century

For many of us, it seems unfathomable to think of life without a broadband connection to the internet. But for some, it is not within their reach.

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How Fast is Fast?

A commonly asked question when it comes to the internet, is ‘how fast is fast?’ According to some experts, the question should be – it depends on what you need – now and in the future.

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The Economic Impact of Broadband

When the conversation turns to infrastructure, the focus is typically on roads, bridges, water, sewer, and buildings. All important to be sure. But what is overlooked is the digital infrastructure.

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'Back to the Future’ Leadership

When we are looking to the future, to growing, to improving our situation, we often hear terms like collaboration, innovation, cooperation. They have become used so often that they have almost become buzz words that lose their meaning. One term we do not often hear about or do not celebrate is leadership.

Three young people sit at a table in a café. The man on the left is fair skinned and with a dark beard, mustache, and curly hair, wearing a black and white gingham shirt, sips his drink. The fair skinned woman in the middle has long, curly hair, and wears sunglasses and a black t-shirt. She is smiling and looking at the screen of the laptop in front of the Asian man on the left. He has short hair, and wears a black t-shirt and jeans as he types on the keyboard.

One Critical Topic Underlying Youth and Economic Development

When we are looking to the future, to growing, to improving our situation, we often hear terms like collaboration, innovation, cooperation. They have become used so often that they have almost become buzz words that lose their meaning. One term we do not often hear about or do not celebrate is leadership.

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Kîhipa– Cree for hurry up

During a recent discussion on broadband in Saskatchewan, Milton Tootoosis had one word of advice - Kîhipa (key-pa), which is the Cree word for hurry up. Milton did not elaborate, but it is worth exploring, why Kîhipa?

Canada Must Digitize Traditional Industries to Bridge Economic Divide

There is no question that the technology adoption challenges in traditional sectors are daunting and will require both ongoing investment and ingenuity when it comes to developing viable use cases. But the status quo is not an option. In an era of climate change, food scarcity and energy transition, Canada must find a way to rebalance its two economic solitudes to build a prosperous future.